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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1994 



KHSAA Board 
of Control 



President 

Frank Cardwell 
Franklin-Simpson H S. 

Vice-President 

Arthur "Ozz" Jackson 
Whitesburg H.S 



Directors 



William "Bill" Beasley 
Paducah 



Tom Bryant 

Danville 



Ken Cox 
Tales Creek H.S 



Tasso Harris 
Valley H.S, 



Cookie Henson 
Clay County H.S. 



Claudia Hicks 
Rowan County H.S. 



Kathy Hopper 
Waggener H S. 



Teresa Isaac 
Lexington 



Bob Rogers 
Caldwell County Schools 

Stan Steidel 
Dayton H.S. 

Grant Talbott 
Owensboro H S 

Wendell Thomas 
Louisville 

Darrell Treece 
Henry County H.S. 

Frank Welch 
Belfry H.S. 



Staff 



Commissioner 

Louis Stout 



Assistant Commisioners 

Brigid DeVries 
Larry Boucher 

Office Manager 

Anne Wesley Mays 

Secretaries 

PattI Pruitt 
Bettina Gaines 



Directors 

Julian Tackett 
Brooks Downing 

Fund Raising 

Ken Tippett 

Physical Plant 

John Ginn 

Receptionist 

Angela Faulkner 



Contents 



6 

\ 

9 
12 
18 



Board Minutes 

Fast Pitch Bylaw approvec 
for spring '95. 



New Board Members 

Six new Board of Control 
members for 1994-95. 



Committees 

KHSAA announces 1994-95 
sports committees. 



Officials 

Schools urged to provide 
favorable environment for 
officials. 



On The Cover 



Assumption's Anne Kordes sets the ball for 
teammate Annie Filley during the 1993 State 
Volleyball Championships. Assumption defeated 
Sacred Heart 15-9, 15-5 as Kordes was named 
MVP. 

The 1994 State Volleyball Championship will 
be held Oct 28-29 at Ryle High School in North- 
ern Kentucky 

Photo by Tim Porco. 



SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 1994 



VOLUME LVI, NO. 1 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE $10 



Published six times annually, on a bimonthly basis by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 2280 Executive Dr., 
Lexington. KY 40505. Third-class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Accep- 
tance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103. 
Act of Oct 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 



Please send notice of undelivered copies ( 
Executive Drive, Lexington. KY 40505. 



1 form 3579 to KHSAA, 2280 



Publisher: Louis Stout 
Editor: Anne Wesley Mays Editor: Brooks Downing 

Assistant: Larry Boucher Assistant: Brigid DeVries 

Assistant: Julian Tackett 



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October 1994 



SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 




1 

1st SW practice 

1st BK Practice, 

NonFB 

schools 


2 


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4 


5 


6 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Henry 
County 


7 


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1 


Boys' and Girls' Regional GF Tournaments \ 












9 


10 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - 
Somerset HS 


11 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - 
Elizabethtown 
HS 


12 


13 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Male 
HS 


14 

IstWR, BK(FB) 
Practice 


15 

3:00pm WR 
Clinic - 
Frankfort HS 


1 Boys State GF Tournament -Vine Grove \ 


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16 


17 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Bell 
County 


18 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Dilce 
Combs 


19 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - P-burg 
HS 


20 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Mason 
County 


21 

Regional VB 
Tournaments 


22 

2:00pm WR 

Clinic - 

Christian Co 
ACT Test Date 


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Regional VB Tournaments 


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23 


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7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Apollo 


25 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Graves 
County 


26 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - 
Christian Co 


27 

7:00pm BK 
Clinic - 

Bowling Green 
HS 


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2 


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7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Rowan 
County 


7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Paul 
Blazer HS 


7:00pm BK 
Clinic - Henry 
Clay 




1:00pm WR 

Clinic • Conner 
SAT Test Date 




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Lexington | 












I FB Playoffs Round One | 










1 


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Clinic - Ky. 
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1 FB Playoffs Round Two | 




1 State SO Finals, TBA | | 






1 KASSP Conference, Marriott, Lexington | 








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FB) Contest 


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Thanksgiving 


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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1994 



Board Approves Bylaw For Past Pitch 



MINUTES 



JULY 21-22, 1994 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association met at 
the headquarters in Lexington, Ky,. on 
Thursday July 21, 1994. The meeting 
was called to order at 8:30 am, by Presi- 
dent Frank Cardwell. Board members 
present in addition to the President were 
Tom Bryant, Ken Cox, Tasso Harris, 
Cookie Henson, Claudia Hicks, Teresa 
Isaac, Ozz Jackson, Stan Steidel, Darrell 
Treece, Grant Talbott, Wendell Thomas 
and Frank Welch. Members absent were 
Bill Beasley, Bob Rogers and Kathy Hop- 
per Also present were Commissioner 
Louis Stout, Assistant Commissioners 
Larry Boucher and Brigid DeVries, Busi- 
ness Manager Julian Tackett, S.I.D 
Brooks Downing, Ken Tippett, State Dept 
Representative Gary Faulkner and Board 
Attorney Danny Reeves 

The Invocation was given by Cox. 

Hicks made a motion, seconded by 
Jackson, that the minutes of the follow- 
ing meetings be approved: April 21-23, 
May 13 and May 19, 1994. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Welch moved that all bills of the As- 
sociation for the period beginning April 
1, 1994 and ending June 30, 1994, be 
approved. Talbott seconded the motion 
which passed. 

The next items on the Agenda were 
the appeals hearings. Each appellant 
was allowed to present his/her case and 
distribute to the Board any additional in- 
formation relative to the appeal. The 
Board then went into Executive Session 
to discuss the case. The President ad- 
vised each appellant of the decision of 
the Board following return to Open Ses- 
sion. The President explained the Due 
Process Procedure to each appellant in 
the event the appeal was denied. Fol- 
lowing is the disposition of each appeal: 

1) Aaron DeGlow, Dixie Heights HS, 
Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule. 

Motion by Talbott to restore eligibil- 
ity at the beginning of the 1 994-95 school 
year, second by Teresa Isaac. Motion 
failed 4-9. Bryant moved to restore eli- 
gibility on September 17, second by Ken 
Cox. Motion passed 9-4. 

2) Eugene Smith, Whitley County 
HS, Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule. 

Motion by Steidel, second by Tho- 
mas, to deny the appeal. Motion passed 
12-1. 

3) Mike Hertzfeldt, Scott HS, Bylaw 
3, Age Rule. 

Motion by Talbott, second by Welch 



President Cardwell appointed the 


following committees for 1994-95: 


Executive 


Constitution & Bylaws 


Frank Cardwell, Chairperson 


Kathy Hopper, Chairperson 


Bill Beasley 


Frank Cardwell 


Ken Cox 


Ken Cox 


Claudia Hicks 


Teresa Isaac 


Ozz Jackson 


Claudia Hicks 


Bob Rogers 


Ozz Jackson 


Grant Talbott 




Wendell Thomas 


Football 


Frank Welch 


Ozz Jackson, Chairperson 




Tasso Harris 


Audit & Finance 


Grant Talbott 


Stan Steidel, Chairperson 


Wendell Thomas 


Bill Beasley 


Frank Welch 


Frank Cardwell 




Claudia Hicks 


Basketball 


Darrell Treece 


Ken Cox, Chairperson 


Frank Welch 


Tom Bryant 




Cookie Henson 


All-Sports 


Kathy Hopper 


Grant Talbott, Chairperson 


Ozz Jackson 


Ken Cox 


Bob Rogers 


Tasso Harris 




Cookie Henson 


Hall of Fame 


Teresa Isaac 


All Board Members 


Bob Rogers 


All Executive Staff 


Stan Steidel 


Dawahare Representative 


Darrell Treece 





to deny appeal. Motion passed 11-2 

4) Jeremy Palmer, Simon Kenton 
HS, Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule 

Motion by Jackson to restore eligi- 
bility, second by Talbott. Motion passed 
7-5, 1 abstention. 

President Cardwell called for a lunch 
break at 12:45 p.m to reconvene at 1:50 
p.m. 

5) Fredrik Hoist, Bylaw 6, Transfer 
Rule, Foreign Students 

Motion by Talbott, second by Cox to 
deny appeal. Motion passed unani- 
mously, 

6) Michelle Smith for Joshua Carter, 
Wayne County HS, Bylaw 4, Sec. 1(d), 
Enrollment. 

Motion by Harris, second by Tho- 
mas, to deny appeal based on fact that 
Board does not have the authority to 
make exception to HB750. Motion 
passed unanimously 

7) Julie Skaggs, Valley HS, Bylaw 3, 
Age Rule. 

Motion by Talbott, second by Tho- 
mas, to deny appeal. Motion passed 9- 
•3, Harris abstained, 

8) Ryan Tucker, Owensboro HS, By- 
law 6, Transfer Rule, 

Motion by Cox, second by Treece, 
to deny appeal. Motion passed 9-3, 
Talbott abstained, 

9) Marcus Warick, Valley HS, Bylaw 
6, Transfer, 



Motion by Talbott, second by Cox, 
to restore eligiblity. Motion passed 12-0, 
Harris abstained 

10) Souder, Williamstown HS, By- 
law 6, Transfer Rule, 

Motion by Talbott, second by Welch, 
to restore eligibility due to hardship. 
Motion passed unanimously 

11) Kimberly Murphy Sacred Heart, 
Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule, 

Motion by Steidel, second by Cox, 
to deny eligibility. Motion passed 12-1, 

12) Teresa Rose for Phillip Rose, 
Wayne County HS, Bylaw 4, Sec, 1(d), 
Enrollment 

Motion by Harris, second by Talbott, 
to deny appeal based on fact that Board 
does not have the authority to make ex- 
ception to HB750 Motion passed unani- 
mously 

President Cardwell called for a re- 
cess at 7:15 p,m, until Friday, July 22, 
1994 at 10:30 am. 

The meeting recessed. 

The meeting was reconvened on July 
22, 1994, at 10:40 am. by President 
Cardwell, Board members present in 
addition to the President were Beasley 
Cox, Harris, Henson, Hicks, Hopper, 
Isaac, Jackson, Steidel, Treece, Talbott 
and Welch. Members absent were 
Bryant, Rogers and Thomas. Also 
present were Commissioner Stout, As- 
sistant Commissioners Boucher and 



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DeVries, Business Manager Tackett, 
SID Downing, Tippett, State Dept Rep- 
resentative Faulkner and Board Attorney 
Reeves 

President Cardwell called on Woody 
Axton and Sonny Frantz of Louisville who 
requested to appear before the Board to 
discuss bowling as a KHSAA sanctioned 
sport. Following their presentation and 
questions by the Board, suggestions to 
ascertain the schools' interest in bowl- 
ing and an explanation of sports sanc- 
tioning by Commissioner Stout, Talbott 
made a motion that this matter be given 
to the All-Sports Committee for further 
study Hopper seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously 

Next on the Agenda was a presen- 
tation by Terry Hatton and Tom Carter of 
Lexington regarding their sponsorship of 
a Sweet 16 Fan Jam to be held in con- 
junction with the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament in March '95 Their presen- 
tation included the objective of such an 
event, the location and an outline of ac- 
tivities. Following their presentation, 
Harris made a motion, seconded by 
Isaac, that the staff be directed to look 
into this matter further and bring a con- 
tract to the Board. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The next Agenda item related to the 
implementation of HB490 which was 
passed by the 1994 General Assembly 
specifically as it relates to Fast Pitch 
Softball Commissioner Stout recom- 
mended that a Fast Pitch Softball Tour- 
nament for girls be conducted m the 
Spring of 1995 with additional informa- 
tion distributed to member schools as to 
comply with HB490. 

In addition. Stout recommended that 
the Board request State Board of Edu- 
cation approval of an amendment to 
KHSAA Bylaw 40 which states, "If a 
member school sponsors or intends to 
sponsor an athletic activity that is simi- 
lar to a sport for which NCAA members 
offer an athletic scholarship, the school 
shall sponsor the athletic activity or sport 
for which the scholarships are offered 
The athletic activities which are similar 
to sports for which NCAA members offer 
scholarships are; Girls' Fast Pitch Soft- 
ball as compared to slow pitch Softball" 
Following a discussion of the matter, 
Isaac made a motion, seconded by Hop- 
per that the KHSAA sanction Fast Pitch 
Softball. The motion passed 9-4. 

Board members then discussed 
items in the KHSAA Policies and Proce- 
dures Manual which was submitted for 
approval. A lengthy discussion ensued 
with regard to voting on motions Presi- 
dent Cardwell advised the Board that at 
the present time, Robert's Rules of Or- 
der are used. Jackson made a motion, 
seconded by Frank Welch, that actions 



by the Board of Control shall be decided 
by simple majority vote of members 
present, if there is a quorum The mo- 
tion failed 7-6 Harris then moved to 
leave the policy as printed. Treece sec- 
onded the motion which passed 9-4. 

Steidel requested "sports camps " 
be deleted in Section III L Steidel asked 
that Section IV B 9 be changed to read, 
"Any staff member leaving the office for 
any reason should report this absence 
to the Commissioner or his designee." 

Isaac made a motion that the 
KHSAA Policies and Procedures Manual 
be adopted with these changes Steidel 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously 

Committee Reports were the next 
items on the Agenda 

Executive Committee - President 
Cardwell, Chairperson, moved that the 
Board approve the following items 

1) Due to the nature of Association 
business, flexible hours should be rec- 
ognized and approved at the discretion 
of the Commissioner Harris seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously 

2) a. Recommends a 4% pay in- 
crease for the Staff with the exception of 
the Commissioner, whose salary was 
previously set 

b Hire a receptionist at a salary of 
$10-12,000 

c Raise Bettina Gaines salary an 
additional $500 

Ken Cox seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously 

3) Research the employment of a 
Hearing Officer for eligibility cases 
through the Attorney General's Office and 
bring back a recommendation to the 
Board Beasley seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously 

4) Accept Corporate contracts from 
H & W Sport Shop, Ernie House, Ishmael 
Chevrolet, Payne Chevrolet and 
Quantrell Cadillac. Jackson seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

5) Accept the winner of a com toss 
to determine whether the minority repre- 
sentative or the female representative will 
serve six years following the next elec- 
tion. Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed The minority representative won 
the toss of the com and will serve for six 
years beginning in 1996. 

6) Recommends the Commissioner 
determine when the Board needs an at- 
torney present at the Board meeting. 
Welch seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

All-Sports Committee - Talbott, 
Chairperson, made a motion that the 
Board approve the following items: 

1) Accept a revised alignment as 
presented by the Volleyball Committee 



and study the revised alignment further 
after one year Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed. 

2) During regular season play per- 
mit a golf team of 4 or 5 players to count 
four (4) scores. Hicks seconded the 
motion, which passed. 

3) Approve Atherton High School to 
host the State Wrestling Tournament for 
1 995. Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed 

4) Authorize Boucher of the Officials 
Division to send a request to the princi- 
pals requesting the amount of fees that 
are paid to officials 

5) Table the Bowling program 

Football Committee - Jackson, 
Chairperson, made a motion that the 
Board approve the following item 

Accept a recommendation from the 
Ad Hoc Committee that the State Foot- 
ball Playoffs be held the first weekend in 
December as follows Class A, Friday 
Dec. 2, noon; Class AA, Friday Dec 2, 
3 00 pm.; Class AAA, Saturday Dec 3, 
noon, Class AAAA, Dec 3, 3:00 p m. 
Talbott seconded the motion which 
passed. 

Other Items discussed but no action 
taken included 1) consideration of the 
Wilson 1001 Football, 2) a study of the 
Officials Rating Process, 3) Regular sea- 
son officiating by Assigning Secretaries; 
4) game fees, 5) trophies, 6) postseason 
receipts Jackson advised members that 
a five-class alignment will be available 
in September for approval of the Board 
and then to be sent to the schools. 

Steidel then made a motion, sec- 
onded by Jackson, that the 1 994-95 Bud- 
get be accepted as presented The mo- 
tion passed 

President Cardwell appointed the 
following Board members to serve on a 
committee to study Summer Participa- 
tion Jackson, Hicks, Steidel and Har- 
ris 

Hicks expressed her concern about 
cheerleaders not being covered by cata- 
strophic insurance during the summer. 
Commissioner Stout recommended that 
DeVries look into KAPOS' relationship 
with the KHSAA to ascertain information 
on this matter 

Tackett discussed with Board mem- 
bers the need for a medical insurance 
study which would cover the $25,000 
deductible for athletes. Faulkner sug- 
gested contacting the Department of In- 
surance. No action was taken on the 
matter 

Talbott made a motion to accept the 
revised Soccer alignment. Cox seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously 

DeVries discussed the possibility of 

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(From Page 7) 

changing the dates of the State Track 
Meet from the Memorial Day Weekend 
due to several conflicts. The Board dis- 
cussed the dates of May 1 9-20 and June 
2-3. After discussion of the matter, 
Steidel made a motion to move the State 
Track Meet to June 2-3, 1995. Welch 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously 

Following the Board's approval of the 
State Wrestling Tournament site and the 
dates for the State Track Meet, Harris 
moved to adopt the 1994-95 Calendar 
Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Cox requested that the Officials' Di- 
vision look into a three-man officiating 
crew for Boys' and Girls' Basketball and 
the possibility of implementation for the 
1995-96 State Tournaments 

Beasley requested that the Commis- 
sioner ask for an Attorney General's opin- 
ion to seek the intent of HB490 as it re- 
lates to whether a school can offer Slow 
Pitch Softball without offering Fast Pitch 
Softball Jackson seconded the motion 
which passed 11-2 

Items of interest during round-table 
discussion included problems with meet- 
ings on Wednesday evening and Sun- 
day, the election of Alvis Johnson as 
President of the National Federation; In- 
service training for new Board members, 
litigation, winter track (referred to All- 
Sports Committee for September meet- 
ing): Coaches Certification due by 1996- 
97. 

Boucher reported on his trip to the 
National Federation Summer Meeting 
Items of interest shared with the Board 
were 1) the induction of Garnis Martin 
into the Hall of Fame, 2) an amendment 
to the Constitution which would allow a 
member of the administrative staff to hold 
a seat on the Board of Directors failed 
31-19; 3) Board of Directors voted 50-0 
to elect a President-Elect to serve for one 
year prior to his/her presidency 

Commissioner Stout requested ap- 
proval for three staff members to attend 
the Section II Meeting in Delaware on 
Sept. 25-27, 1994. Steidel made a mo- 
tion that the request be approved Talbott 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Stout gave an update 
on litigation involving EC. Matthews. 
The case is to be heard on Aug. 5. 

The Board set the date for the next 
meeting to be held Sept. 16-17 at the 
KHSAA Headquarters in Lexington 

There being no further business to 
come before the Board, Steidel moved 
for adjournment. Bill Beasley seconded. 

The meeting was adjourned at 4:45 
p.m. 



August 31, 1994 

The West Eligibility Committee of the 
KHSAA Board of Control met in Louis- 
ville at the Executive Inn on Wednesday, 
Aug. 31, 1994, for the purpose of hear- 
ing eligibility appeals President Frank 
Cardwell called the meeting to order at 
10 a.m. Members present were Tasso 
Harris, Kathy Hopper, Bob Rogers, Grant 
Talbott and Darrell Treece. Others 
present were Commissioner Louis Stout, 
Asst Commissioners Brigid DeVries and 
Larry Boucher, and Anne Wesley Mays, 
Administrative Secretary 

Prior to each appeal. President 
Cardwell explained to the appellant the 
procedure for presentation Each party 
was allowed to present his/her case and 
distribute to the Board any additional in- 
formation relative to the case. After each 
presentation, the Board went into Execu- 
tive Session. Following return to Open 
Session the appellants were advised of 
the decision of the Board and President 
Cardwell explained the Due Process Pro- 
cedure in the event the appeal was de- 
nied It was determined that five affir- 
mative votes were needed to pass a mo- 
tion or restore eligibility 

Following is the disposition of each 
appeal: 

1) Stephen Henderson 
Elizabethtown HS 

Talbott made a motion to deny ap- 
peal due to lack of bona fide change of 
residence. Treece seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously 

2) Jason Boyd - Western Hills HS 
Talbott made a motion to grant ap- 



peal due to hardship. Hopper seconded 
the motion which failed by 2-4 vote. 

3) Gerald Palmer - Ballard HS 
Talbott made a motion to grant ap- 
peal. Motion died for lack of a second to 
the motion. Eligibility denied. 

4) Kenneth Hollar - Seneca HS 
Talbott made a motion to grant ap- 
peal Motion failed by 4-2 vote. 

5) Samuel "Bo" Harvey - Walden 
School 

Rogers made a motion, seconded by 
Harris, to waive By-Law 6 Motion 
passed unanimously. 

6) Christopher Cummins - Moore HS 
Harris made a motion, seconded by 

Hopper, that eligibility be regained at the 
beginning of the second semester of 
1994-95 Motion passed 5-1. 

7) Daniel Williams - Southern HS 
Harris made a motion to grant eligi- 
bility Hopper seconded the motion which 
failed 2-4 

8) Ge'rrie SuzAnne & Brandan 
Greenwell - Bullitt East HS 

Rogers made a motion to grant eli- 
gibility due to hardship. Treece seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously 

9) Daniel Vieira - Atherton HS 
Hopper made a motion to grant eli- 
gibility Motion died for lack of a second 
to the motion Eligibility denied. 

10) Christiano Vieira - Ballard HS 
Hopper made a motion to grant eli- 
gibility Motion died for lack of a second 
to the motion Eligibility denied 

There being no further business, 
Treece made a motion to adjourn. Talbott 
seconded the motion which passed The 
meeting adjourned at 5 00 p m 



WBCA TO HOLD ANNUAL CONVENTION 



High school coaches from across 
the nation are being extended a spe- 
cial invitation to attend the 1995 
Women's Basketball Coaches Associa- 
tion (WBCA) National Convention, 
which will be held March 29-April 2, 
1995, in Minneapolis, Minn., in con- 
junction with the NCAA Division I 
Women's Final Four. 

The WBCA's national convention 
provides an excellent opportunity for 
coaches to network with other coaches 
from all levels of competition and from 
across the country. 

Convention activities include pro- 
fessional development seminars, strat- 
egy sessions, a 3-on-3 coaches tour- 
nament, awards banquets and other 
social events. The convention will also 
feature exhibits by various companies 
and organizations within the sports in- 
dustry. 



The 1995 NCAA Division I 
Women's Final Four is already sold out; 
however, convention registrants are still 
eligible to order tickets through the 
WBCA. 

For additional information about 
the 1995 WBCA National Convention, 
or to inquire about membership with 
the Association, please call (404) 279- 
8027 ext. 103. 

The Women's Basketball Coaches 
Association is a nonprofit educational 
association with an international mem- 
bership of approximately 3,500. 
Founded in 1981, the mission of the 
WBCA is to promote women's basket- 
ball by unifying coaches at all levels to 
develop a reputable identity for the 
sport and to foster and promote the 
game in all of its aspects as an ama- 
teur sport for women. 



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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1994 



New Members Added To KHSAA Board 



Six new members have been added 
to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association's Board of Control for the 
1994-95 school year. 

Two were elected and four were 
added by the State Board for Elemen- 
tary and Secondary Education bringing 
the size of the Board to 16 people, mak- 
ing it the largest KHSAA Board in his- 
tory 

Tasso Harris and Darrell Treece were 
elected to replace outgoing Board mem- 
bers Ray Story and Jim Sexton 

Teresa Isaac, Wendell Thomas. Bill 
Beasley and Tom Bryant were added to 



the Board following the review of the 
Association by the SBESE 

Harris is employed by the Jefferson 
County Board of Education and serves 
as a teacher and athletic director at Val- 
ley High School Treece serves as prin- 
cipal of Henry County High School, Both 
Harris and Treece will serve four-year 
terms. 

Isaac IS Vice-Mayor of the Lexing- 
ton-Fayette Urban County Government 
after serving as an Assistant Fayette 
County Attorney in the mid-'80s Her term 
will expire in 1997, 

Thomas works for Louisville Gas and 



Electric Company as its representative 
for Occupational Health & Safety, He has 
been with that company since 1978, His 
term will expire in 1998, 

Beasley is the president of Kentucky 
Hydra Power, Inc He served on the 
SBESE's Commission on Interscholas- 
tic Athletics which reviewed the KHSAA 
in 1993, His term expires in 1996 

Bryant serves as an associate pro- 
fessor and head basketball coach at Cen- 
tre College in Danville A native of Ohio, 
Bryant has worked at Centre since 1968, 
His term will expire in 1995, 




Tasso Harris 



Darrell Treece 



Teresa Isaac 



Wendell Thomas 



Bill Beasley 






Tom Bryant 



KAPOS Awards 1994 Gilb Scholarships 



The Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors 
(KAPOS) IS pleased to recognize 10 scholarship winners for 
1994 Each recipient was chosen for academic and leadership 
ability and will receive $500 

Since 1964, KAPOS has awarded 105 scholarships in the 
amount of $64,100, Applications for the 1995 scholarships will 
be available in January Any cheerleader at a KAPOS member 
school IS eligible to make application. 



The 1994 award 
Harriet Franklin 
Jennifer Wixson 
Amy Burr 
Julie McDonnell 
Mary Booher 
Mandy Murray 
Andrea Gabbard 
Melissa Harris 
Crystal Pennington 
Laura Ashby 



winners are: 
Caldwell County 
Russell County 
Bardstown 
Elizabethtown 
Wayne County 
Fulton City 
Madison Central 
Muhlenberg S, 
Clay County 
Pike Co Central 



-^ 




Laura Ashby 



Mary Booher 



Amy Burr 



Harriet Franklin Andrea Gabbard 




Melissa Harris Julie McDonnell Mandy Murray Crystal Pennington Jennifer Wixson 

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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1994 



Bloodborne Pathogens Training For Coaches 



By STEVE PARKER, MSSA 

There are many exposure control 
standards written for health care work- 
ers who are exposed to bloodborne 
pathogens. Only a few school systems 
in the country have standard policies and 
procedures for coaching personnel relat- 
ing to bloodborne pathogens. All coaches 
should be trained to deal with bloodborne 
pathogens. According to the National 
Safety Council (1993), of the many 
bloodborne pathogens, two pose the 
most significant occupational health 
threats; Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and 
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). 

Each year as many as 1 2,000 people 
are infected with HBV, the most common 
form of hepatitis, through exposure on 
the job. Without vaccination, exposure 
to HBV may produce symptoms within 
two weeks to six months following expo- 
sure. People carrying the virus may be 
symptom-free but contagious These 
people may infect others through expo- 
sure to infected blood Furthermore, ac- 
cording to the National Safety Council 
(1993) over a million people in the US 
are infected with HIV, but have no symp- 
toms, A person carrying HIV can infect 
others, and HIV-infected persons may 
eventually develop Acquired Immunode- 
ficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Unlike HBV, 
no vaccine is available to prevent HIV 
infection. The only defense is to avoid 
exposure to the HIV virus. 

How does a school system tram its 
coaches to handle blood and who will 
provide the training"? This employee train- 
ing problem is similar to the one indus- 
try health care administrators faced dur- 
ing the late '70s with cardiopulmonary 
resuscitation (CPR), It is extremely im- 
portant that all coaches be trained to pre- 
vent accidental infections through han- 
dling blood. This training would also be 
beneficial for coaches outside the occu- 
pational setting. 

The training program may be 
planned and implemented similarly to the 
program involving CPR, OSHA regula- 
tions should be followed and each school 
system may establish policies and pro- 
cedures for handling bloodborne patho- 
gens in its particular location. 

The American Red Cross (1993) rec- 
ommends the following objectives and 
procedures for training programs: 

Course - Community Bloodborne 
Standards, 

Objectives - Identify the epidemi- 
ology and symptoms of bloodborne dis- 
ease; Learn the modes of transmission 
of bloodborne pathogens; Learn the ex- 



posure control plan; Recognize tasks and 
other activities that may involve exposure 
to blood and other potentially infectious 
materials; Learn the use and limitations 
of methods that will prevent or reduce 
exposure including appropriate engineer- 
ing controls, work practices and personal 
protective equipment; Learn information 
on the types, proper use, location, re- 
moval, handling, decontamination and 
disposal of personal protective equip- 
ment. Identify the basis for selection of 
personal protective equipment; Learn 
information on the helpatitis B vaccine, 
Learn the appropriate actions to take and 
persons to contact in an emergency in- 
volving blood or other potentially infec- 
tious materials; Learn procedures to fol- 
low if an exposure incident occurs includ- 
ing the method of reporting the incident 
and the medical follow-up that will be 
made available; Learn post-exposure 
evaluation and follow-up that the 
employre is required to provide for the 
employee follwing an exposure incident 

Length - 3 hours Instructor - Cur- 
rent authorized OSHA instructor 

Certification Requirement -- Suc- 
cessfully complete all skills outlined in 
the course and pass written exam with a 
minimum score of 80% or better 

Certificate Validity - One year 

Participant Materials - National 
Safety Council Bloodborne Pathogen 
manual and handbook 

According to the American Red 
Cross (1993), the content on the basic 
level course will provide consistent guide- 
lines that enable a person to give appro- 
priate care, regardless of the situation 
The course stresses the basic steps to 
follow in an emergency, beginning with 
the most important; the decision to act. 

The course will also help participants 
confront their fears of stepping forvi'ard 
to give assistance. It will clarify when and 
how to access local emergency medical 
services, eliminating confusion and de- 
lays in obtaining more highly trained 
medical care and emphasize the need 
for rapid medical assistance. The course 
will also provide information on precau- 
tions and guidelines to prevent disease 
transmission 

The recommended time for conduct- 
ing the course is three hours, assuming 
an instructor-participant ratio of one in- 
structor to 6-10 participants. It is recom- 
mended that this course be taught in one 
session every year; renewal of certifica- 
tion would take about two hours. 

At the conclusion of the course, 
coaches will be required to complete and 
sign OSHA forms and turn them in 



promptly to their instructors, Caoches will 
also be asked to fill out the evaluation 
form for the course. Feedback from par- 
ticipants provide the instructor with in- 
formation concerning the course effec- 
tiveness. 

Implementation of this program may 
be relatively simple or more challenging. 
If the school system has established a 
policy on bloodborne pathogens, one 
may need only to ensure all coaches are 
in compliance with that policy. If the in- 
dividual district has not yet implemented 
a bloodborne pathogen training program, 
individuals may choose to work with the 
American Red Cross or other health care 
organizations School nurses may be 
trained as instructors. 

The cost of the program, according 
to Gates (1993), is an estimated $25 a 
person (this includes manual and hand- 
book) Funding for the program may be 
available through state (health care re- 
form). Board of Education and National 
Department of Labor/OSHA monies. 

Funds for the HBV testing and vac- 
cinations for workers in high risk posi- 
tions should also be available for HIV 
testing (eg. Elis and Western Blot tests). 
Employee satisfaction will determine the 
success of the program and the likelihood 
of continuous funding The following 
guidelines should help ensure a success- 
ful outcome: 

• Establish a budget for the continuous 
training of employees, 

• Appoint a committee to organize the 
program and stagger committee appoint- 
ments to eliminate the possibility of start- 
ing a totally new committee, 

• Revise standards annually for training 
according to OSHA; 

• Assign an office in risk management to 
keep accurate records, 

• Keep the Board of Education informed 
with annual reports. 

The HIV and HBV viruses have made 
a great impact on the world of sport. To 
decrease the threat of these viruses 
coaches need to be educated and trained 
in handling bloodborne pathogens. 



Steve Parker is a former All-State 
football selection from Paris Higti School 
and former head football coach at Bryan 
Station High School. He is currently and 
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and 
Health Promotion at the University of 
Kentucky He is working on a Doctoral 
Degree in Educational Policy Studies and 
Evaluation at UK- 



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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1994 



Teen-age Athlete Deaths Raise Questions 



By WILLIAM C. RHODEN 

At least seven cases of sudden death 
occurred during a four-month period last 
school year: 

• Joseph Marable, 17, Philadelphia: col- 
lapsed and died during tryouts for the 
basketball team on Nov 30, Marable, the 
first cousin of Hank Gathers, apparently 
died of an asthma attack, according to 
Andy Rose, an attorney for the Philadel- 
phia public school system, Marable's 
doctor said his signature was forged on 
the physical form 

• Jackson Muamba, 17, Bayonne, NJ 
Crumpled to the floor while an opponent 
was taking a foul shot in a basketball 
game on Dec, 31 He had passed a physi- 
cal in September The autopsy report has 
not been released, 

• Teddy Schalk, 12, Fayetteville, NY: Died 
after collapsing during basketball prac- 
tice on Jan 24, He had an undiagnosed 
congenital heart defect known as 
coarctation or narrowing of aorta, accord- 
ing to an autopsy 

• Darnell Palmore, 21, Decatur, Ga,: Died 
while running laps during a workout with 
the football team on Jan, 27, The autopsy 
results have not been released, 

• Tim Metzger, 17, Onondaga, NY: Col- 
lapsed during a time-out with less than 
five minutes remaining in a basketball 
game on Jan, 31 He passed a physical, 
but a week before his death, Metzger had 
complained to his coach about feeling 
dizzy, which can be a sign of heart or 
circulation problems He died of hyper- 
trophic cardiomyopathy, Robert Howe, 
the Cortland County coroner said 

• Bryan Brown, 15, Montgomery, Ala : 
The eighth-grade soccer player collapsed 
during practice on Feb. 3, The autopsy 
revealed that he died of a rare congeni- 
tal heart condition that was not detected 
during a physical in December 

• Deven Mills, Chicago: Collapsed in the 
locker room following the game. He had 
recently transferred from another school, 
where he had fainted after practice in De- 
cember. He was tested and cleared to 
play but the North Chicago coach and 
athletic director said that they were never 
told about the fainting episode 

But for medical professionals and 
school administrators, the deaths have 
produced difficult questions: Can more 



be done to detect hidden and potentially 
fatal heart conditions? What will it cosf 
When IS a condition threatening enough 
to declare someone unfit for athletics? 
Who should make that decision'' 

Many physicians and athletic officials 
say the routine tests that schools require 
for participation in sports have failed to 
keep pace with the intense levels of com- 
petition and stress The focus of their 
concern is hypertrophic cardiomyopathy 
a thickening of the heart muscle that is 
difficult to detect and is the most com- 
mon cause of sudden death among oth- 
erwise healthy individuals under age 30 
"It's a lot more common than people think 
because so many of these symptomatic 
patients go undiagnosed," said Dr Laneh 
Fananapazier, the director of inherited 
cardiac disease section of the National 
Institute of Health "I think for every one 
diagnosis there is probably another ath- 
lete who has not been diagnosed. It's not 
a problem that can be ignored " 

Sudden death affects 200,000 to 
400,000 Americans each year, account- 
ing for two to 20 percent of the deaths of 
Americans between the ages of 1 and 
20, according to an article by Drs, Elias 
H, Botyinick, Michael W Dae, Rajagopal 
Krihnan and Stanford Ewing of the Jour- 
nal of the American College of Cardiol- 
ogy Some doctors wonder whether there 
should be guidelines for people who want 
to participate in a high-stress sport. The 
issue IS difficult for many reasons, includ- 
ing the fact that in high school, college 
and professional sports, health screen- 
ing IS an unregulated frontier with no 
binding standards. 

In response to the two deaths in up- 
state New York in January, a group of 
specialists with the New York Heart Cen- 
ter in Syracuse have volunteered to cre- 
ate a pilot screening program for junior 
varsity and varsity athletes 

By December, both the American 
College of Cardiology and the American 
College of Sports Medicine expect to is- 
sue guidelines on screening and recom- 
mendations on when someone should be 
declared unfit to participate in sports In 
New York City, the Ashe Institute for Ur- 
ban Health plans to launch a joint ven- 
ture with the Center for Disease Control 
and the Public Schools Athletic League 
to determine whether black athletes are 
at a greater risk of sudden death, 

"Nobody can be declared to be to- 
tally safe," Dr, Fananapazier said "The 
question is how safe are they? And can 
we identify those who are at high risk." 

Despite the efforts to improve 
screening, athletes are often the most 
defiant lines of resistance because their 



desire to compete may outweigh their 
health concerns "The rewards that are 
out there, particularly for a kid who has 
a high degree of talent, makes it difficult 
for a teenager with an abnormality to 
want to admit it," Dr Framer said 

Tony Penny is an example of the pull 
sports can have He sued Dr, Milton J, 
Sands for $1 million, contending that the 
doctor had interrupted his career in 1986 
by refusing to permit him to play basket- 
ball at Central State University Penny 
found a cardiologist who cleared him to 
play and, with the approval of the Con- 
necticut attorney general, resumed his 
collegiate career 

The lawsuit was dropped In Febru- 
ary 1990, Penny died while playing bas- 
ketball in England Some athletes want 
to play so badly they either hide or fail to 
realize the importance of the medical his- 
tory 

Revealing what is hidden is the pri- 
mary purpose of medical screening but 
screening guidelines vary from state to 
state, sometimes from school to school 
The lack of standards is cited as a major 
deterrent to effective screening The 
NCAA offers guidelines, but ultimately 
each school sets its own standards. 

Cost IS the most persistent argument 
against making sophisticated tests part 
of the required screening. An 
echocardiogram is the best test for iden- 
tifying the heart problems that most of- 
ten lead to sudden death, Dr Clark said, 
but It can cost $400-$500 An electro- 
cardiogram IS less expensive at about 
$90, but It also IS less sensitive in de- 
tecting problems, 

Robert Ward, the coach at 
Roundlake High north of Chicago, said 
the issue crystallized for him when one 
of his players, 16-year-old Michael Davis, 
collapsed and died two years ago. 
"People said that coming up with a good 
test isn't cost effective," Ward said, "You 
tell that to the parents, the students, the 
teammates As a coach, it scares the hell 
out of me" 

For Constantin Muamba, whose 
youngest brother, Jackson, died in New 
Jersey last month, talk of cost effective- 
ness seems hollow 

"If there was a test we could have 
taken to prevent this, , but they said it 
cost $150 to buy Jackson his sneakers," 
he recalled, " He only wore them twice. 
People talk about costs, but we just spent 
$4,000 on my brother's funeral." 

This article appeared in the New York 
Times. March 14, 1994, and also in the 
New England College Health Association 
Newsletter in May 1994. 



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1994-95 KHSAA Sports Committees 



The following are members of the 
1994-95 Sports Committees for the 
KHSAA. These committees are respon- 
sible for assisting the KHSAA and its 
Board of Control in developing policies 
and procedures for their respective 
sports. 



BASEBALL 



Mac Whitaker 
Jody Hamilton 
Mike Elkin 
Bob Mantooth 
Joe Fowler 
Gary Hammonds 
Bill Wayne 
Joe Hunter 
Ron Harrington 
GJ Smith 

CROSS 

Barry Binkley 
Gordon Bocock 
Bro. Borgia Brigan 
John Durbin 
Jim Glass 
Jack Kaelin 
Kimberly Messer 
Frank Miklavcic 
Tony Rowe 
Joan Spurlock 
Bob Stacey 
Larry Wingfield 



Harrison Co 

Boyd Co 

Madison Southern 

Apollo 

Trinity 

Knott Co Central 

Henderson Co 

Fort Knox, Ky 

Coaches Rep 

South Laurel 

COUNTRY 

Dayton 
Pulaski Co 
di St Xavier 
St Mary 
Owen Co 
Cov Catholic 
South Oldham 
Frankfort 
Daviess Co 
Somerset 
Boyd Co 
Shelby Co 



GOLF 



Cathy Gullett 
Lou Brown 
Ernie Denham 
Marty Donlon 
Bill Frost 
Kay Smith 
Fred Mariani 
Danny Spillman 
Mike Donahoe 
Dwayne Wilson 
Tasso Harris 
Judy Muehleman 
Jeff Littrell 
Dave Cowden 
Drew Conliffe 



Johnson Central 
Jessamine Co 
Louisville, Ky 
St Xavier 
Washington Co 
Henry Clay 
Dayton, Ky 
Bowling Green, Ky 
KGA 
Bell Co. 
Valley 
Murray 
Somerset 
Hancock Co 
Louisville, Ky 



SOCCER 



Jeff Lendon 
James Weatherly 
Nick Brake 
Valdis Bole 
Byron Perkins 
John Horton 
Bob Pugh 
Frank Slone 
Rick Oschner 
Warren Manahan 



Montgomery Co 
Murray 
Owensboro 
Atherton 
North Hardin 
Cov Catholic 
Lexington, Ky 
Paul Blazer 
Rowan Co 
Boone Co. 



SOFTBALL 



Jim Perrin 
Drake McCarthy 
Teri Osterman 
Robert Young 
Mike Barren 
Mark Evans 
Judy Mason 

SWIM 

Jim Rogers 
Wynn Paul 
Steve Bush 
Tim Cahill 
Marty OToole 
Ron Prieskorn 
Matt Rydson 
Paul Short 
Bob Stacey 
Karen Vanover 
Dave Webb 
Jerry Mohr 
Phil Wilder 
Paul Klingensmith 



Christian Co 
Bullitt East 
Jackson City 
Henry Clay 
Paul Dunbar 
Mercy 
Whitesburg 

MING 

Hopkinsville 

UK 

Woodford Co 

EKU 

St Xavier 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Lexington, Ky 

Boyd Co 

Lafayette 

Scott 

Scott 

Paul Dunbar 

Elizabethtown 



TE 



Rick Cotton 
Joe Kroh 
Jerry Johns 
Rob Maxwell 
Nonnie Hopper 
Bill Goodan 
Bob Love 
Terry Johnson 
David Compton 
Bob Duricko 
Mary Robinson 
Cliff Richardson 
Jeff Isaacs 
Rob Hardin 
Jane Prince 
Dr. Erwin Jones 
Kathy Johnston 
Larry Heflin 



NNIS 

Eastern 
St Xavier 
Somerset, Ky 
Elizabethown, Ky 
Henderson, Ky 
Henry Clay 
Louisville, Ky 
Franklin Co 
Bowling Green 
Barbourville, Ky 
Russell 
Atherton 
Pans 
Bellevue 
Apollo 

Lexington, Ky 
Bourbon Co 
Lone Oak 



TRACK 

Augie Schiller Pad Tilghman 

Tony Rowe Daviess Co. 

Dave Shufelt Ft Knox 

Bro Borgia Brigandi St Xavier 



Jack Keller 
Tim Estes 
Jeff Saylor 
Alice Leigh 
Jean Wright 
Charlie Ruter 
John Gettler 
Bill Patton 
Bob Stacey 
Frank Miklavcic 
Gordon Bocock 
Duane Stewart 
Barry Binkley 



Ludlow 
Webster Co. 
Bell Co. 
Russell 
Frankfort, Ky. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Lexington, Ky 
Berea 
Boyd Co 
Frankfort 
Pulaski Co 
Bourbon Co 
Dayton 



VOLLYBALL 



John Bancroft 
Sarah Good 
Luci Cecil 
Ron Kordes 
Jenny Mertle 
Joan Mitchell 
Jack Pylinski 
Jim DeLong 
John Smith 
Stan Steidel 
Jim Watkins 
Katie Wesseling 
Kim Gunning 
Jeff Fossett 
Ken Garvey 



Louisville, Ky 
Alexandria, Ky 
Highlands 
Assumption 
Newport Catholic 
Hebron, Ky 
Louisville, Ky 
Ft Thomas 
U of L 
Dayton 
Jefferson Co 
Villa Hills, Ky. 
Notre Dame 
Franklin Co 
Eastern 



WRESTLING 



Larry Mann 
Jim Ploesser 
Jack Cline 
Raymond Webb 
Wayne Badida 
Jim Davis 
Paul Underdonk 
Don Salyers 



KS f/t Blind 
Hopkinsville 
Woodford Co 
Frankfort 
Conner 
West Hardin 
North Hardin 
Florence, Ky 



1994-95 Championship Sites and Dates 


Sport 


Site 




Dates 


Girls' Golf 


Elizabethtown Country Club 




Oct 11-12 


Boys' Golf 


Lincoln Trail Country Club 




Oct 13-14 


Volleyball 


Ryle High School 




Oct 28-29 


Cross Country 


Kentucky Horse Park 




Nov. 5 


Girls'/Boys' Soccer 


Woodford County Park 




Nov 12 


Football 


Cardinal Stadium (Louisville) 




Dec 2-3 


Swimming 


University of Kentucky 




Feb. 17-18 


Wrestling 


Atherton 




Feb. 17-18 


Boys' Basketball 


Rupp Arena (Lexington) 




March 15-18 


Girls' Basketball 


Farnham Dudgeon Arena (Frar 


ikfort) 


March 22-25 


Softball 


Owensboro 




June 1-2 


Tennis 


University of Kentucky 




June 1-3 


Track 


University of Kentucky 




June 2-3 


Baseball 


Kentucky Wesleyan 




June 8-9 



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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1994 



Committee To Explore Tourney Rotation 



GOLF MINUTES 



June?, 1994 

The State Golf Committee met on 
June 7, 1994, at the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association office in Lex- 
ington The meeting was called to order 
by Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commis- 
sioner, at 1:30 p.m. Attending the meet- 
ing were Cathy Gullett, Lou Brown, Marty 
Donlon, Fred Mariani, Jeff Littrell Mike 
Donahoe, Kay Smith, Larry Boucher, 
Drew Conliffe, Dave Cowden and Ernie 
Denham 

The first item on the agenda was a 
discussion of the regional tournament 
sites and managers The area coordi- 
nators are in place and have submitted 
recommendations for the majority of the 
boys' and girls' regional sites for the 1 994 
tournaments There are still a few that 
have not been confirmed at this time 

The next agenda item included a 
summary of the results of the golf sur- 
vey sent to the golf coaches this spring 
One of the major issues on the sun/ey 
was a change in the team format for re- 



gional and state tournament play to al- 
low teams to enter five players and count 
the best four scores The current format 
allows a school to enter four players and 
count four scores. The golf committee 
recommends that this change in format 
be given consideration at the July 1994 
meeting of the Board of Control 

The next agenda item was a discus- 
sion of the 1994 Boys' and Girls' State 
Tournament Sites. It was the consen- 
sus of the committee to play the Girls' 
Tournament at Elizabethtown Country 
Club, Oct 11-12, with a practice round 
on the 10th, and the Boys' Tournament 
at Lincoln Trail Country Club, Oct 13- 
14, with a practice round on the 12th 

Consideration for the Boys' State 
Tournament was given to Arlington Coun- 
try Club and Gibson Bay in Richmond 
It was the feeling of the committee that 
the KHSAA staff explore the possibility 
using both Arlington and Gibson Bay as 
future sites for the boys' and girls' tour- 
naments and that a rotation begin at the 
state level if courses are available The 
committee felt that it was desirable to 
keep the boys' and girls' tournaments in 



the same geographical area if possible 

Mike Donahoe from the KGA/PGA 
office gave a report on activities in 
progress with the Kentucky Junior Golf 
Tour The tour is off to a great start with 
participation at an extremely high level 
It was decided that Donahoe, DeVries 
and Boucher explore the possibility of 
setting up two clinics for high school golf 
coaches this year Possible sites include 
Lexington and Louisville to be scheduled 
in early Fall 1994 The Kentucky Golf 
Association will provide the Rules of Golf 
for the high school coaches again this 
year 

Drew Conliffe gave a status report 
on the 1994 Baker Geary Golf Tour This 
IS the first year for the tour and Conliffe 
related that the interest in the tour has 
been excellent 

Marty Donlon gave a brief report on 
the Boys' and Girls' All-State Golf Teams. 
Donlon discussed the criteria for All-State 
consideration and asked the golf com- 
mittee for any suggestions they may have 
regarding the selection process 

There being no further business the 
meeting was adjourned 



New Volleyball Alignment Approved 



VOLLEYBALL MINUTES 



July 19, 1994 

The 'Volleyball Committee met at the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion office in Lexington on July 19, 1994 
The meeting was called to order at 130 
p.m by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant Com- 
missioner Committee members present 
included Jack Pylinski, Ron Kordes, Katie 
Wesseling, Kim Gunning, Ken Garvey, 
John Smith, Jeff Fossett, Luci Cecil, 
Jenny Mertle, Joan Mitchell, Jim Watkins 
and Larry Boucher. 

Commissioner Stout welcomed each 
of the Volleyball Committee members to 
the meeting and thanked them for their 
dedication and hard work in volleyball 

The meeting began with Boucher's 
report on the officials division. Boucher 
discussed general registration proce- 
dures, as well as specific information with 
reference to volleyball. 

The first item on the agenda was a 
discussion of the proposed eight-region 
alignment developed by the volleyball 
sub-committee chaired by Sarah Good. 
Mertle presented information regarding 
the proposal and committee members 
discussed the proposal at length. Kordes 
made the motion to accept the proposal, 
seconded by Mertle. The proposal 



passed unanimously The proposal was 
presented to the July 1 994 Board of Con- 
trol meeting and was adopted for the 
1994 volleyball season Committee 
members felt that the alignment, if ap- 
proved, should be evaluated at the end 
of the 1994 season. Other adjustments 
might be needed in the future due to new 
schools adding volleyball. Also a dis- 
trict and sectional format might be con- 
sidered so that travel can be kept to a 
minimum. 

The next item on the agenda was a 
discussion of tentative regional tourna- 
ment sites DeVries advised the Com- 
mittee of a few additions to each region 
which will go into effect in 1 995 Regional 
tournaments will be double elimination 
again in 1994 The Committee then re- 
viewed the Items on the regional infor- 
mation sheets and made some revisions 

The Committee made no change 
regarding team seating for the 1994 sea- 
son, so teams will change benches after 
each game for all levels of play Tro- 
phies at the regional tournament level will 
once again be paid for out of gate re- 
ceipts for the 1994 tournaments 

The next item on the agenda was a 
discussion regarding the 1994 State Vol- 
leyball Tournament. The State Tourna- 
ment IS scheduled for Oct 28-29, 1994. 
Steidel, along with committee members 



Ryle High School has been 
chosen as the host school for 
the 1994 State Volleyball Cham- 
pionship. The event will be held 
Oct. 28-29, 1994. 



from Northern Kentucky are checking on 
site possibilities for the 1994 State Tour- 
nament site Should there be none avail- 
able, Watkins will do the same in the 
Louisville area 

The Committee reviewed the state 
tournament time schedule and made 
adjustments, due to the new eight-region 
format and the increase of four more 
teams in the state tournament 

A sub-committee formed to revise 
the State Tournament schedule with the 
proposed 16-team format will stay ac- 
tive and evaluate the alignment for pos- 
sible adjustments Sub-committee mem- 
bers include Ron Kordes, Katie 
Wesseling and Joan Mitchell, Sarah 
Good, Jenny Mertle and Jim Watkins. 
The sub-committee will report back to the 
full committee at the next meeting. 

Committee members conducted the 
draw for the 1 994 State Tournament The 
Mikasa VFC 200 Volleyball will be the 

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Fall Sports Alignments '94 



Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co, 
Region V 

Adair Co., Anderson Co., Bardstown 
Bethlehem, Boyle Co., Burgin 
Campbellsville, Casey Co., Danville 
Garrard Co., Green Co., Harrodsburg 
Jessamine Co., LaRue Co., Lincoln Co. 
Marion Co., Mercer Co., Nelson Co. 
Russell Co., Taylor Co , Washington Co 
Region VI 

Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Butler, Cen- 
tral, Central Hardin, DeSales, Doss, 
Elizabethtown, Evangel, Fairdale, Fort 
Knox, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Meade Co., 
North Bullitt, North Hardin, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Shawnee, Southern, Spen- 
cer Co., Valley, Western 
Region VII 

Atherton, Ballard, Christian Academy 
DuPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Highview Baptist, Jeffersontown, Ken- 
tucky Country Day Louisville Collegiate, 
Male. Moore, St. Francis, St Xavier, Sen- 
eca, Trinity Waggener, Walden 
Region VIII 

Beechwood, Boone Co , Carroll Co , 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington 
Latin, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co., 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlovi/, Ovi'en Co., Ryle, St Henry, Scott, 
Simon Kenton, Trimble Co , Villa Ma- 
donna, Walton-Verona 
Region IX 

Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Bracken Co , Campbell Co , Dayton, 
Fleming Co , Grant Co., Highlands, 
Lewis Co., Mason Co , Newport, New- 
port Central Catholic, Pendleton Co., Sil- 
ver Grove, St Patrick, Williamstown 
Region X 

Barbourville, Berea, Bell 
Co., Cawood, Clay Co., 
Corbin, Cumberland, Estill 
Co., Harlan, Jackson Co., 
Knox Central, Lee Co., 
McCreary Central, Madison 
Central, Madison Southern, 
Middlesboro, Model, 

Monticello, North Laurel, 
Oneida Baptist Institute, 
Pineville, Pulaski Co , 
Pulaski Southwestern, 
Rockcastle Co., Somerset, 
South Laurel, St. Camillus, 
Wayne Co., Whitley Co 
Region XI 

Allen Central, Bath Co., 
Belfry Betsy Layne, Boyd 
Co., East Carter, Fairview, 
Hazard, Greenup Co., 
„^ ^ ^ „ Elkhorn City, Jenkins. 

Pholo by Tim Porco 

Johnson Central, June 
Ballard's EP Scherer hit this chip shot during the Buchanan, Knott Co Cen- 
■93 State Golf Championship. Scherer shot a 75- tral, Lawrence Co , Morgan 

Co , Owsley Co., Paints- 



GOLF ALIGNMENT 



BOYS 
Region I 

Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway 
Co., Carlisle Co., Christian Co., 
Crittenden Co , Fort Campbell, Fulton 
City, Fulton Co., Graves Co., Heath, 
Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, Livingston 
Central, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., Marshall 
Co., Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Todd Co. 
Central, Trigg Co., University Heights 
Region II 

Apollo, Breckinridge Co., Butler Co., 
Daviess Co., Dawson Spnngs, Hancock 
Co., Henderson Co., McLean Co , 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Muhlenberg 
North, Muhlenberg South, Ohio Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Provi- 
dence, South Hopkins, Union Co , 
Webster Co., West Hopkins 
Region III 

Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, 
Caverna, Clinton Co., Cumberland Co , 
Edmonson Co., Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Grayson Co., Greenwood, Hart 
Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co , Monroe 
Co., Russellville, Warren Central, War- 
ren East 
Region IV 

Bourbon Co., Bryan Station, Eminence, 
Frankfort, Franklin Co., George Rogers 
Clark, Harrison Co., Henry Clay, Henry 
Co., Lafayette, Lex. Catholic, Lexington 
Christian, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Montgomery Co., Nicholas Co., Oldham 
Co., Paris, Paul Dunbar, Sayre, Scott 
Co., Shelby Co , South Oldham, Tales 




81-156 to finish 11th overall. 



ville, Paul Blazer, Phelps, Pike Co. Cen- 
tral, Pikeville, Powell Co., Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rowan Co., Russell, Shelby 
Valley Sheldon Clark, South Floyd, West 
Carter, Whitesburg, Wolfe Co. 

GIRLS 
Region I 

Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway 
Co., Crittenden Co., Fulton City, Graves 
Co , Heath, Hickman Co., Lone Oak, 
Marshall Co , Mayfield, Murray Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary Trigg Co. 
Region II 

Apollo, Butler Co., Chnstian Co., Daviess 
Co., Dawson Springs, Fort Campbell, 
Henderson Co., Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Muhlenberg 
North, Muhlenberg South, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Providence, South 
Hopkins, Todd Co. Central, Union Co., 
University Heights, Webster Co. 
Region III 

Assumption, Ballard, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Butler, Central, Central 
Hardin, Doss, DuPont Manual, 
Elizabethtown, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Fort 
Knox, Grayson Co , Hancock Co., 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day 
Larue Co., Louisville Collegiate, Male, 
Meade Co., Mercy Moore, Nelson Co , 
North Hardin, Ohio Co., Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Presentation, Sacred Heart, Sen- 
eca, Shawnee, St. Francis, Valley, 
Waggener, Western 
Region IV 

Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, 
Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Green Co , Green- 
wood, Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co , 
Monroe Co., Russellville, Warren Cen- 
tral 

Region V 

Boone Co , Carroll Co., Conner, Dayton, 
Dixie Heights, Eminence, Grant Co., 
Henry Co., Highlands, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Notre Dame, Oldham Co., Owen 
Co., Ryle, Scott, Simon Kenton, South 
Oldham, Trimble Co , Villa Madonna 
Region VI 

Anderson Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin Co , Henry Clay Jessamine Co., 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Lexington 
Christian, Paul Dunbar, Scott Co., Shelby 
Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford Co. 
Region VII 

Adair Co , Bell Co., Boyle Co., Burgin, 
Casey Co , Corbin, Garrard Co., 
Harrodsburg, Lincoln Co., Marion Co., 
Mercer Co., North Laurel, Pineville, 
Pulaski Co., Pulaski Southwestern, 
Russell Co., Somerset, South Laurel, 
Taylor Co., Washington Co., Whitley Co. 
Region VIII 

Augusta, Berea, Estill Co., Fleming Co., 
George Rogers Clark, Harrison Co., 
Lewis Co., Madison Central, Madison 



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Southern, Mason Co., Model, Montgom- 
ery Co., Nicholas Co., Paris, Powell Co., 
St. Patrici<, Williamstown 
Region IX 

Allen Central, Boyd Co., Cawood, Clay 
Co., Elkhorn City, Jackson Co., Johnson 
Central, June Buchanan, Lawrence Co , 
Morgan Co., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Phelps, Pike Central, Pikeville, Raceland, 
Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark, 
South Floyd, Whitesburg, Wolfe Co. 



SOCCER ALIGNMENT 



BOYS 
Region 1 

District 1; Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary 
District 2: Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., 
Lyon Co., Marshall Co., Murray 
District 3: Christian Co., Fort Campbell, 
Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Trigg Co., 
Union Co., University Heights 
Region 2 

District 4: Apollo, Daviess Co., 
Henderson Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

District 5: Muhlenburg North, 
Muhlenburg South, Russellville, Warren 
Central, Warren East 
District 6; Bowling Green, Glasgow, 
Greenwood 

District 7: Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Fort Knox, Meade Co., North Hardin 
Region 3 

District 8: Beth Haven, Butler, Doss, 
Fairdale, Holy Cross, PRP 
District 9: Central, Manual, Male, St. 
Xavier 

District 10; DeSales, Evangel, Iroquois, 
Moore, Southern, St. Francis 
Region 4 

District 11: Fern Creek, Highview Bap- 
tist, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Waggener 
District 12: Ballard, Eastern, KCD, 
Walden 

District 13: Atherton, Christian Academy 
Louisville Collegiate, Trinity 
Region 5 

District 14: Oldham Co., Shelby Co., 
South Oldham 

District 15: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt 
Central, Bullitt East, Nelson Co., North 
Bullitt 

District 16: Anderson Co., Frankfort, 
Franklin Co., Western Hills 
District 17: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., 
Millersburg Military Institute, Paris, Scott 
Co. 

Region 6 

District 18: Berea, Madison Central, 
Madison Southern, Model 
District 19: Boyle Co., Danville, 
Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., Jessamine 
Co., Woodford Co, 

District 20: Lafayette, Lexington Catho- 
lic, Lexington Christian, Paul Dunbar 
District 21: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 



Sayre, Tates Creek 
Region 7 

District 22: Boone Co., Conner, Grant 
Co., Ryle, St. Henry 
District 23: Dixie Heights, Pendleton Co., 
Scott, Simon-Kenton 
District 24: Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
Co., Highlands, Newport Catholic 
District 25: Cov. Catholic, Covington 
Latin, Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 
Region 8 

District 26: George Rogers Clark, Mason 
Co., Montgomery Co., Rowan Co. 
District 27: Corbin, North Laurel, Oneida 
Baptist, South Laurel, St Camillus 
District 28: Lincoln Co., Monticello, 
Pulaski Co., Somerset, SW Pulaski 
District 29: Boyd Co., East Carter, Paul 
Blazer, Rose Hill, Russell 

GIRLS 
SECTION 1 
Region 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary 
District 2: Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., 
Christian Co., Fort Campbell, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall 
Co., Murray Union Co. 
Region 2 

District 3: Apollo, Daviess Co., 
Henderson Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

District 4: Bowling Green, Central 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Green- 
wood, North Hardin 

SECTION 2 
Region 3 

District 5: Assumption, Atherton, DuPont 

Manual, Male, Presentation 

District 6: Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 

Jeffersontown, Mercy Sacred Heart 

Region 4 

District 7: Frankfort, Oldham Co., South 

Oldham 

District 8: Bourbon Co , Harrison Co , 

Mason Co , Montgomery Co. 

SECTION 3 
Region 5 

Distnct 9: Dixie Heights, Pendleton Co , 
Scott, Simon Kenton 
District 10: Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
Co., Highlands, Newport Central Catho- 
lic 

Region 6 

District 11: Covington Latin, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Ludlow, Notre Dame, Villa 
Madonna 

District 12: Boone Co., Conner, Ryle, St. 
Henry 

SECTION 4 
Region 7 

District 13: Boyd Co., Paul Blazer, Rowan 

Co., Russell 

District 14: Lafayette, Lexington Catho- 



lic, Paul Laurence Dunbar 
Region 8 

District 15: Jessamine Co , Madison 

Central, Mercer Co , Model, Woodford 

Co 

District 16: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 

Sayre, Tates Creek 



XCOUNTRY ALIGNMENT 



CLASS A 
Region 1: Ballard Memorial, Fulton Co., 
South Hopkins, Butler Co., Heath, St. 
Mary, Crittenden Co., Hickman Co , Trigg 
Co., Dawson Springs, Mayfield, Univ 
Heights, Frederick Fraize, Lyon Co , 
West Hopkins, Fulton City, Porvidence, 
Webster Co. 

Region 2; Bardstown, Green Co., Port- 
land Christ., Beth Haven, Hancock Co., 
Spencer Co , Bethlehem, Highview Bap- 
tist, St Francis, Brown, Holy Rosary, 
Trimble Co., Caverna, KCD, Trinity, 
Christian Academy, Lou Collegiate, 
Washington Co., Fort Knox, Metcalfe Co. 
Region 3: Augusta, Dayton, Newport 
Cent. Catholic, Bellevue, Fairview, 
Raceland, Bishop Brossart, Holy Cross, 
Silver Grove, Bracken Co., Lloyd Memo- 
rial, St. Henry, Covington Latin, Ludlow, 
Villa Madonna, Walton-Verona 
Region 4: Bath Co . Gallatin Co , Nicho- 
las Co., Burgin, Henry Co., Owen Co., 
Carroll Co., Lex. Catholic, Williamstown, 
Central Ky. Christ., Lex. Christian, 
Woodbndge, Frankfort, Living Waters 
Region 5: Allen Central, Johns Creek, 
Owsley Co , Buckhorn, June Buchanan, 
Paintsvilie, Cordia, Lee Co., Phelps, Dilce 
Combs, Letcher Co., Pikeville, Elliott Co , 
McDowell, Red Bird, Fleming Co., 
Menifee Co., Riverside Christ., Hazard, 
Mullins, Wolfe Co , Jenkins, Oneida Bap- 
tist, Feds Creek 

Region 6: Berea, Harlan, Monticello, 
Cumberland, Harrodsburg, Somerset, 
Danville. KSD, St Camillus, Evarts, 
Model, Williamsburg, Garrard Co. 

CLASS AA 

Region 1: Allen Co -Scottsville, Green- 
wood, Paducah Tilghman, Calloway Co., 
Monroe Co., Union Co., Fort Campbell, 
Owensboro, Warren Central, Franklin- 
Simpson, Owensboro Catholic, Warren 
East, Bowling Green 
Region 2: Barren Co., Glasgow, Logan 
Co., Breckinridge Co , Hart Co., 
Muhlenberg North, Elizabethtown, LaRue 
Co., Mullenberg South, Edmonson Co. 
Region 3: Conner, Mason Co., Ryle, 
Dixie Heights, Newport, Scott, Grant Co., 
Notre Dame, Simon Kenton, Highlands, 
Pendleton Co. 

Region 4: Anderson Co., Harrison Co., 
Western Hills, Bourbon Co., Mercer Co., 



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Woodford Co., Estill Co , Oldham Co., 
Franklin Co , South Oldham 
Region 5: Breathitt Co., Lawrence Co , 
Russell, East Carter, Paul Blazer, 
Sheldon Clark, Fleming Co., Pike Co 
Central, South Floyd, Jackson Co , 
Prestonsburg, West Carter, Knott Co 
Central, Rowan Co , Whitesburg 
Region 6: Adair Co , Corbin, Middles- 
boro, Boyle Co , McCreary Central, Tay- 
lor Co., Cawood, Madison Southern, 
Wayne Co., Clay Co., Marion Co. 

CLASS AAA 

Region 1: Apollo, Henderson Co., 

Madisonville N.H., Central Hardin, 

Hopkinsville, Marshall Co., Christian Co , 

Graves Co , North Hardin, Daviess Co , 

Grayson Co. 

Region 2: Atherton, Iroquois, Shawnee, 

Butler, Male, Shelby Co., Central, 

Pres Academy, St Xavier, DuPont 

Manual, Sacred Heart 

Region 3: Assumption, Fern Creek, 

Moore, Ballard, Jeffersontown, Seneca, 

Eastern, Meade Co , Trinity, Waggener 

Region 4: Bullitt Central, Holy Cross, 



Southern, DeSales, Mercy Academy, 
Valley, Doss, North Bullitt, Western, 
Fairdale, PRP 

Region 5: Boone Co , George Rogers 
Clark, Johnson Cent., Boyd Co., 
Greenup Co., Scott Co., Campbell Co., 
Holmes 

Region 6: Bell Co , Lincoln Co., Paul 
L Dunbar, Bryan Station, M C Napier, 
Pulaski Co , Henry Clay Madison Cen- 
tral, So. Laurel, Jessamine Co., Mont- 
gomery Co., SW Pulaski, Knox Central, 
Nelson Co , Tates Creek, Lafayette, North 
Laurel, Whitley Co 



VOLLEYBALL ALIGNMENT 



Region 1: Beth Haven, Butler, Doss, 

Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 

Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, 

Western 

Region 2: Brown, Central, Dupont 

Manual, Evangel, Fort Knox, Male, 

Mercy Portland Christian, Presentation, 

Shawnee 

Region 3: Assumption, Atherton, Bullitt 

East, Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, 



Jeffersontown, Moore, Owensboro 
Catholic, Seneca, Southern 
Region 4: Ballard, Christian Academy 
Eastern, Kentucky Country Day Oldham 
County, Sacred Heart, South Oldham, 
Waggener, Walden 

Region 5: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Bracken County, Campbell County, Day- 
ton, Highlands, Newport, Newport Cen- 
tral Catholic, Paul Blazer, Russell 
Region 6: Boone County, Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Grant County, Lloyd Memorial, 
Rowan County, Ryle, St. Henry, Walton- 
Verona, Williamstown 
Region 7: Beechwood, Covington Latin, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow, Notre 
Dame, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Ma- 
donna 

Region 8: Boyle County, Bryan Station, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, Lafayette, Oneida Bap- 
tist, Paul Dunbar, Scott County, Tates 
Creek. Western Hills, Whitesburg, 
Woodford County 

Schools not eligible for tournament play; 
Heritage Academy, Christian Fellowship 



Coaches Education Program Underway 



From the KHSADA Executive Committee 

For over two years, the KHSADA has 
worked through a committee to develop 
a program to benefit high school athletes 
through an education plan for coaches, 
especially paraprofessionals The com- 
mittee selected an education program 
that is affiliated with the National Fed- 
eration, the governing body for high 
school athletics across this nation 

Along with the support of the 
KHSAA, the National Federation Inter- 
scholastic Coaches Education (NFICEP) 
Program was selected The end result of 
hard work and support for this program 
became evident in February 1994 when 
the Delegate Assembly of the KHSAA 
voted overwhelmingly to revise Bylaw 27 
to include the coaches education pro- 
gram as a mandatory part of coaching 
by the 1996-97 school year. 

This past August, individuals were 
trained in Louisville on how to conduct 
these clinics which will begin in Novem- 
ber These persons have now completed 
the NFICEP Training Program and are 
authorized to educate your coaching 
staffs. 

The cost of the coaches training is 
$65 per coach. The comprehensive pro- 
gram consists of a nine-hour course of 
instruction followed by a take-home 
exam 

The certified trainers will communi- 
cate with all schools in their regions re- 



garding registration for the clinics The 
first clinic date will be Nov 19, 1994 and 
trainers for the first two dates are listed 
below The schools in regions that have 
no certified trainers need to contact an 
adjoining region to set up training 

This great educational journey is for 
the benefit of our student-athletes Please 
view this program as the positive force 
that It IS and embrace the program for 
the benefits to all student-athletes These 
benefits far outweigh the one-time finan- 
cial commitment each school will invest 

The Kentucky Coaches Education 
Program (KCEP) Training Staff thanks 
you in advance for your support of the 
program and looks fonward to working 
with all schools in the implementation of 
this beneficial program 



November 19, 1994 



Steve Barnett 
Walter Hulett 
Bruce Lynch 
Willis McClure 
Carolyn Medley 
Larry Phillips 
Paul Smiley 
Ken Trivette 
• Steve Kinney 
Bob Jacobs 



Woodford County 

North Laurel 

Trinity 

Apollo 

Assumption 

South Oldham 

KSD 

Clark County 

Fairdale 

DuPont Manual 



December 10, 1994 

Ed Bentley Bullitt East 

Paul Dennison Western 
Joe Hood Warren Central 

Jerry Mayes St. Xavier 



BYLAW 27 

Requirement 

For Coaches Education 

Sec. 1, Level 1, b., 3. 
Coaching Certification 

Beginning with the 1996-97 
school year, all Level I coaches hired 
for the first time in a district, and all 
Level II and III coaches shall have com- 
pleted an approved coaching certifica- 
tion program prior to such hiring. Such 
course shall include a nine-hour course 
of study to include the National Fed- 
eration Interscholastic Coaching Edu- 
cation Program (NFICEP), KHSAA 
rules information and local district poli- 
cies. All course requirements for certi- 
fication In the coaching education pro- 
gram, including completion of the 
exam to be graded and registered with 
the American Coaching Effectiveness 
Program, shall be completed within 
one year or prior to the next competi- 
tive season All member schools of the 
KHSAA shall pay the necessary ex- 
penses for any Level I, II or III coach 
to attend the certification program. 



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Mid-Season Football Statistical Leaders 



Individual Leaders 













School 


Gms 


Allow 


P-Gm 


Top 10 Rushing Leaders (ranked by yards per game) 




Franklin-Simpson 


5 


18 


3.6 


Player; School 


YDS 


P-Gm 


TD 




Iroquois 


5 


19 


3.8 


Hill; Webster County 


1113 


222.6 


15 




Danville 


5 


21 


4.2 


Alexander; Boone County 


1027 


205.4 


17 




Hopkinsville 


5 


25 


5.0 


Metcalfe; Warren Central 


947 


189.4 


7 




Henry Clay 


5 


28 


5.6 


Mullis; West Carte 


930 


186.0 


9 




Cumberland 


5 


34 


68 


Flanigan; Fulton City 


722 


180,5 


9 




Bowling Green 


5 


35 


70 


Fite; East Carter 


873 


174.6 


6 




Boyle County 


5 


36 


7.2 


McKenzie; Lawrence County 


801 


160.2 


8 




Whitesburg 


5 


39 


78 


Green, Souttn Oldham 


799 


159.8 


11 












Brooks; Fern Creek 


788 


157.6 


10 




Top 10 Rushing Teams (ranked by yards per game 




Menetrey; Campbell County 


738 


147.6 


11 




School 
East Carter 


Gms 
5 


Yds 
1752 


P-Gm 
350.4 


Top 10 Passing Leaders (ranked by yards per game 


) 




Lexington Catholic 


5 


1739 


347.8 


Player; School 


ATT 


CMP 


P-Gm 


TD 


Henry Clay 


5 


1725 


345.0 


Couch; Leslie County 


104 


78 


271.4 


20 


West Carter 


5 


1696 


339.2 


Redman; Male 


126 


71 


268.4 


20 


Webster County 


5 


1666 


333 2 


Caba; Magoffin County 


159 


87 


244.6 


11 


Bullitt East 


5 


1641 


328.2 


Egan; Bullitt East 


122 


78 


208.2 


22 


Pikeville 


5 


1636 


327.2 


Arnett; Calloway County 


116 


63 


188.6 


12 


Russell 


5 


1631 


326.2 


Abney; Ohio County 


84 


46 


160.4 


7 


Garrard County 


5 


1631 


326.2 


Wilson; Lynn Camp 


100 


39 


153.4 


8 


Fern Creek 


5 


1620 


3240 


Hergott; Beechwood 


45 


27 


148.2 


5 










West; Mason County 


91 


40 


1440 


4 


Top 10 Rushing Defen 


se Teams (ranked 


by yards per gam 


Jaggers; North Hardin 


85 


46 


143.0 


9 


School 
Boyle County 


Gms 
5 


Yds 

255 


P-Gm 
51 


Top 10 Receiving Leaders (ranked by yards per ga 


Tie) 




Valley 


5 


304 


608 


Player; School 


Ct 


Yds 


P-Gm 


TD 


Fern Creek 


5 


318 


636 


Collett; Waggener 


23 


522 


104.4 


5 


Franklin-Simpson 


5 


329 


65.8 


Hines; Ohio County 


25 


517 


103.4 


6 


Trinity (Louisville) 


5 


345 


690 


Green; Male 


20 


515 


103.0 


9 


Henry Clay 


5 


354 


70.8 


Baker; Leslie County 


20 


503 


100 6 


8 


Danville 


5 


370 


74.0 


Robinette; Magoffin County 


29 


480 


96.0 


6 


Lloyd Memorial 


5 


422 


84.4 


Jones; Beechwood 


19 


443 


886 


3 


Leslie County 


5 


426 


852 


Reynolds; Bullitt East 


39 


437 


87.4 


11 


Wayne County 


4 


344 


86.0 


Risner; Magoffin County 


24 


435 


87.0 


3 










Michels; South Oldham 


16 


433 


866 


4 


Top 10 Passing Teams 


(ranked by yards per game) 




Fannin; Raceland 


18 


390 


78,0 





School 
Leslie County 


Gms 
5 


Yds 
1357 


P-Gm 
271.4 


Top 10 Scoring Leaders (ranked by points 


per game) 




Male 


5 


1342 


268.4 


Player; School 


TD 


Cnv 


P-Gm 




Magoffin County 


5 


1223 


244.6 


Alexander; Boone County 


19 


1 


23.2 




Bullitt East 


5 


1079 


215.8 


Hill; Webster County 


15 


16 


21.2 




Calloway County 


5 


943 


188.6 


Ellis; Pulaski Southwestern 


12 


16 


17.8 




Lynn Camp 


5 


789 


157 8 


McPeak; Allen County-Scottsville 


13 





15.6 




Conner 


5 


777 


155.4 


Menetrey; Campbell County 


13 





15,6 




Larue County 


5 


768 


153.6 


Green, South Oldham 


12 


3 


15.0 




Beechwood 


5 


741 


148.2 


Wiffel; Simon Kenton 


9 


1 


14.0 




Holmes 


5 


731 


146.2 


White; Lexington Catholic 


11 


2 


14.0 












Blackburn; Henry Clay 


11 


1 


13.6 




Top 10 Passing Defense Teams (ranked 


oy yards per gam 












School 


Gms 


Yds 


P-Gm 


Team Leaders 








McLean County 


5 


82 


164 












Male 


5 


102 


20.4 


Top 10 Scoring Teams (ranked by points 


3er game 






Whitesburg 


5 


105 


21.0 


School 


Gms 


Points 


P-Gm 




Danville 


5 


118 


23.6 


Bullitt East 


5 


260 


52.0 




Breckinridge County 


4 


109 


27.2 


Pikeville 


5 


260 


52.0 




Iroquois 


5 


141 


28.2 


Danville 


5 


237 


47.4 




Henry Clay 


5 


147 


29.4 


Rowan County 


5 


225 


45.0 




Western Hills 


5 


159 


31.8 


Henry Clay 


5 


221 


44.2 




Kentucky Country Day 


5 


165 


33.0 


Lexington Catholic 


5 


205 


41.0 




South Laurel 


5 


166 


33.2 


Campbell County 


5 


205 


41.0 












Male 


5 


196 


39.2 












Middlesboro 


5 


188 


37.6 




(As of September 29. 1994; Stats reported 


on a weekly has 


Montgomery County 


5 


188 


37.6 


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participating schools) 

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A Welcome To 3,000 Registered Officials 




By LARRY BOUCHER 
Assistant Commissioner 

I'd like to take this 
opportunity to wel- 
come the officials 
back to The Athlete 
magazine In each is- 
sue, we'll dedicate a 
section of this maga- 
zine to keep our offi- 
cials and coaches 
better informed on current issues facing 
the officials and the sports they work 

We'll also cover rules revisions, play 
situations and rules applications to bet- 
ter educate everyone involved with par- 
ticular sports 

Officials - Disqualification Reports 

Let me remind you that disqualifica- 
tion reports must be made at every high 
school level, whether it is a freshman, 
junior varsity or varsity level game. And 
please, pnnt legibly We have too many 
instances of officials not providing dis- 
qualification reports to the schools and 
our office after they have been issued. 
This must be done. If you need additional 
report forms call your association's sec- 
retary 



Attention 
ADs/Coaches 

A favorable work environment gives 
each official a chance to perform at their 
best. What can school administrators do 
to help create a favorable environment 
for their umpires and referees? Here are 
some ideas about the "care and feeding" 
of sports officials. 

Officials in all sports would be well 
satisfied with the following consider- 
ations: 

1. Reasonable privacy before and after 
the game 

2. Space to dress, 

3. Secure storage for clothes and equip- 
ment. 

4. A clean shower 

5. An escort to and from the "officials 
quarters." 

In detail: 

Privacy: Officials are trained to con- 
duct a "pregame" before each game. This 
time is used to review coverage mechan- 
ics and to discuss sticky rules interpre- 
tations. These conferences must be held 
in privacy so that officials can be can- 
did, without the concern about being 

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overheard and possibly second-guessed. 

Privacy is invaluable in other ways, 
too It allows an individual to prepare 
mentally and physically, following their 
own rituals. After a game, they need pri- 
vacy to unwind and clean up. Few situa- 
tions are more awkward than preparing 
to go home while in the company of the 
losing squad or coaching staff 

Space: Every official can tell stories 
about cramped quarters. Officials, like 
players, require space to prepare for the 
rigors of the game Besides changing 
clothes, these activities often include 
physical needs, like taping ankles, ap- 
plying braces, etc No one expects a suite 
at the local Holiday Inn — just room for 
the equipment bag and a place to sit. 
Easy access to the toilet is also needed 

Storage: We need to know that our 
belongings are secure This means a 
lockable room Locked rooms provide 
some security but all too often remain 
locked well after the game, when officials 
need and desen/e quick access to their 
quarters. After a game, when the 
coaches' attention is usually and prop- 
erly directed to their teams, not to the 
officials, maintenance workers can be 
hard to find 

Shower: Officials are as much in 
need of a thorough cleaning up as the 
players Just imagine being in a car full 
of unshowered people who have been 
playing ball for several hours -- not a 
pleasant prospect Hot water is always 
appreciated The privacy issue applies 
here as well, sometimes officials are 
asked to share shower facilities with the 
players This is not recommended 

Escort: Have someone designated 
to meet the officials when they arrive at 
the game site This curtails the confu- 
sion of officials trying to gain access to 
their dressing facility After the game, an 
escort IS really helpful when the room 
needs to be unlocked. Also, following the 
game, hostility from fans can cause prob- 
lems An escort is invaluable in these 
situations 

Two secondary issues are parking 
and refreshments. Officials don't expect 
to park at the door but they shouldn't be 
expected to walk long distances either 
Most importantly they need to know their 
vehicle is secure while parked 

Refreshments are nice too A com- 
plimentary drink at halftime and after the 
game would be appreciative. 

A growing number of schools ac- 
knowledge a need to upgrade the facili- 
ties used by their officials. Officials re- 
ally appreciate a school that tries to be 
considerate Of course, many schools 
already offer or exceed the accommoda- 



tions outlined here. 

Finally, we should mention a wel- 
comed trend. Some schools assign a fac- 
ulty member to meet officials when they 
arrive, and to stay with them until they 
leave. This arrangement always seems 
to provide first-class treatment. Even 
without a faculty rep like this, though, 
schools can take steps to help ensure 
that their officials are prepared to con- 
centrate on the game. There is, perhaps 
unfortunately no way for a school to in- 
fluence the capabilities of the officials 
once the game begins However, if I were 
a coach, I would want officials excited 
about or looking forward to coming to my 
place... not dreading it! 



A Matter 
of Ethics 



This article was reprinted with the per- 
mission of the lAABO 

Any game is, by design, a contest. 
Two teams, two coaches, two sets of 
fans, but only one possible winner ~ the 
situation can't help but generate conflict 

That's where the role of the official 
fits into the plan The referee's part, as 
so often has been said, is to monitor the 
contest to assure the conflict remains fair, 
to maintain order in a situation that could 
quickly disintegrate into outright warfare 
without the presence of an impartial in- 
fluence To complicate the scenario just 
a tad, a natural consequence of the 
official's position is that he or she must 
be prepared to "take some heat" There's 
nothing unusual with this, the rules, both 
by letter and by spirit, provide guidelines 
for handling such pressure. Every now 
and then, the reaction of the player, coach 
or fan will reflect disagreement with a 
decision. Within reason, that's an accept- 
able consequence to the "human side of 
the game" 

What IS of far greater concern, how- 
ever, IS a disturbing trend that has arisen 
in many areas Too often, the source of 
the "heat' isn't player, coach or partisan 
fan but rather a fellow official. This is a 
totally inexcusable and blatantly unethi- 
cal situation. It amounts to a betrayal of 
the basic philosophy of officiating. 

This IS not to be so stupid as to sug- 
gest that officials don't make mistakes. 
But hopefully, these mistakes will be 
made honestly, the result of imperfect 
floor position or flawed (but conscien- 



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tious) interpretation or judgement Most 
importantly, the decision in question will 
be made objectively, without bias or 
prejudice. 

The same attitude must apply to of- 
ficials who are watching the game. Their 
objectivity must be beyond reproach 
Comments on what might be happening 
on the court are at best inappropriate and 
at worst unethical. Berating the judge- 
ment of game officials amounts to little 
more than encouraging negative reac- 
tions from neighboring fans who might 
look to that official for support 

As members of the officiating fam- 
ily we must never negatively react to the 
performance of a fellow official. It's a dif- 
ficult enough job to sell a call without the 
added pressure of an extra official or two 
in the stands 

If you must give critical comment, 
do it privately and positively Allow for 
clarification and questions, but also rec- 
ognize that different points of view can 
cause different but equally correct inter- 
pretations Any official can do little more 
than call it as he or she sees it The in- 
ability to see through a glob of players 
or to be aware of what's happening be- 
hind one's back doesn't make a decision 
erroneous. 

You do the best you can with what 
you've got. 

Clinics 

The following are dates for upcom- 
ing KHSAA Clinics. Please remember 
these clinics are mandatory for all 
coaches and officials in order to remain 
eligible for postseason play. All clinics 
begin at 7 p.m unless otherwise noted. 

Basketball 

10/6 New Castle, Henry County H S 

10/10 Somerset H.S 

10/11 Elizabethtown H S 

10/13 Louisville, Male HS. 

10/17 Pineville, Bell County H.S 

10/18 Hazard, Dilce Combs H.S. 

10/19 Prestonsburg H.S. 

10/20 Maysville, Mason County HS. 

10/24 Ov^/ensboro, Apollo H.S. 

10/25 Mayfield, Graves County H.S 

10/26 Hopkinsville. Christian County H.S 

10/27 Bowling Green H.S 

10/31 Newport H.S. 

11/1 Morehead, Rowan Co. H.S. 

11/2 Ashland, Paul Blazer HS. 

11/3 Lexington, Henry Clay H.S. 

12/7 Make-up - 1:30 p.m. Lexington, 

KHSAA Office ($50 Fee) 

12/14 Make-up - 1:30 p.m. Lexington, 

KHSAA Office ($50 Fee) 

Wrestling 

10/15 Frankfort H.S. , 3 p.m. 
10/22 Hopkinsville, Christian Co., 2 p.m. 
11/5 Northern Kentucky, Conner, 1 p m 
11/12 Louisville, Ky. School f/t Blind, 7 p.m. 



1994-95 Rule Interpretations 



SITUATION #1: A1 is driven out-of- 
bounds by B1 and they begin to fight out- 
of-bounds near Team As bench. Two 
substitutes of Team A leave their team 
box and run to the area of the fight and 
three Team B substitutes cross the field 
and do the same. RULING: The substi- 
tutes who left their team box during the 
fight will be penalized similarly whether 
the fight is in the playing area or off the 
field A1 and B1 plus each of the substi- 
tutes involved is disqualified. Since three 
penalties on each team cancel each 
other, one 15-yard penalty is assessed 
against Team B. (9-8-1 k) 
SITUATION #2: On 3rd and 15 from A's 
25, A1 rolls out and throws a forward 
pass from one yard beyond the neutral 
zone Receiver A2 is blocked by B1 be- 
yond the neutral zone while the ball is in 
the air and the pass is incomplete. 
RULING: The contact by B1 is not 
interference as the pass was not legal 
The 5-yard penalty for the illegal pass 
will be enforced from A's 26 and it will be 
4th down (7-5-2b,7) 
SITUATION #3: It is 3rd and 25 from B's 
40-yard line Ineligible receiver A1 goes 
beyond the neutral zone about four yards 
and then quickly returns behind the zone 
before A2 throws a legal forward pass 
which goes beyond the neutral zone 
RULING: A1 was an ineligible downfield 
illegally The 5-yard penalty, if accepted, 
IS enforced from the previous spot (7-5- 
12 Pen) 

SITUATION #4: Kl's field goal attempt 
is partially blocked behind the neutral 
zone, but deflects beyond the zone and 
is then muffed by R1, The muffed ball is 
recovered, (a) behind or (b) beyond the 
neutral zone by K2. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) it is a 1st 
down for K In (a) K2 could have ad- 
vanced after recovering, (5-1 -2f) 
COMMENT: If this play occurred in an 
overtime series using the 10-yard line 
procedure. Team A would have a new 
series at the spot the ball became dead 
in K's possession 

SITUATION #5: With 3rd down and 20 
from B's 40-yard line, A1 accidentally 
steps out-of-bounds at B's 30 while run- 
ning a sideline pattern. A1 returns 
inbounds at the 28. Quarterback A2's 
forward pass is: (a) overthrown and in- 
complete or (b) caught by A1 at B's 25 
or (c) in flight to A1 when B1 contacts 
him and it falls incomplete 
RULING: In (a) and (b) it is illegal 



participation by A1 . In (c) Al's illegal 
participation and 81 's interference result 
in a double foul and replay of the down. 
(9-6-1 , 10-2-1 ) COMMENT: When A1 
goes out-of-bounds voluntarily or by ac- 
cident, or delays his return after being 
blocked out by an opponent, he commits 
an illegal participation foul when he re- 
turns inbounds 

SITUATION #6: A1 and B1 exchange 
punches following a down in which run- 
ner A1 was tackled by B1 Five subsfi- 
tutes of Team A and four of Team B run 
onto the field and surround A1 and B1 
RULING: A1 and B1 plus all substitutes 
who entered the field will be disqualified. 
Since there are six fouls by A and five by 
B, the penalties for five infractions on 
both teams will cancel and Team A will 
be penalized 15 yards (9-4-1 -1 9-8-1 k) 
SITUATION #7: While a fight is taking 
place on the field between three players 
of both teams, 14 Team B substitutes 
enter the field to observe the fight The 
ball is on B's 40, 3rd and 4 for Team A. 
RULING: The 14 substitutes as well as 
the six players who fought are disquali- 
fied and the ball is spotted just short of 
B's goal line after penalty enforcement. 
(9-8-1 k) 

SITUATION #8: With 2nd and 5 at B's 
40, A1 advances to B's 30 Following 
the down, A2 illegally contacts B1 
RULING: The chain is set 1st down at 
B's 30 and then the 15-yard penalty is 
enforced It will be 1st and 25 for A at 
B's 45 (10-4-1) 

SITUATION #9: Following two dead ball 
fouls, K kicks off from R's 30-yard line. 
The kick goes out-of-bounds untouched 
at R's 4-yard line May R take the ball at 
R's 15 which is half the distance of the 
25 yards beyond the previous spot. 
RULING: No The 25 yards is not a pen- 
alty as such, but simply a spot to take 
the ball R may therefore take the ball at 
the 5, at the 4 where it went out-of- 
bounds, or have K rekick from R's 35. 
(6-1-10 Pen) 

SITUATION #10: It is 3rd and 8 from R's 
40 when A1 throws an incomplete for- 
ward pass Erroneously the ball is spot- 
ted at R's 35 and K1 punts the ball into 
R's end zone. Following the down, the R 
captain asks for a fime-out so the coach 
may discuss the misapplication of the 
rules with the referee. RULING: Since the 
spotting of the ball was part of the previ- 
ous play it is too late to make any cor- 
recfion. The error had to be recognized 
and correction made before the ball was 
snapped on 4th down (3-5-11) 



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SITUATION #11: Fourth and 5 for K on 
their own 9-yard line. Kl's punt is very 
high and very short, but it does cross the 
neutral zone. R1 gives an invalid fair 
catch signal and the untouched kick hits 
the ground and rebounds behind the neu- 
tral zone where K1 recovers and is 
downed at his own 10-yard line. 
RULING: K will undoubtedly accept the 
penalty for R1's foul which puts the ball 
at the 14-yard line and results in a 1st 
down for K. If K accepts the play it will 
be R's ball 1st and goal at the 10. (6-5-6 
Pen) 

SITUATION #12: Team A sets in a scnm- 
mage kick formation with Number 79 in 
the deep position as the potential kicker 
Number 33 is positioned as an interior 
lineman between the ends as an excep- 
tion to the numbering requirement. Team 
A shifts and Number 33 assumes a po- 
sition on the end of the line. Number 81 
is on the other end of the line and Num- 
ber 80 who started on an end is now an 
interior lineman. Number 79 has ex- 
changed positions with back Number 30 
Who are the eligible receivers? 
RULING: Number 81 and all backs Num- 
bered 1 through 49 or 80 through 99. 
Number 33 remains ineligible and Num- 
ber 79 is ineligible even though he is a 
back. (7-2-5a Exp) 

SITUATION #13: The score is tied at the 
end of the 4th period and the game goes 
into overtime under the 10-yard line pro- 
cedure. Team A has one and Team B 
has two 2nd half time-outs left at the end 
of the regulation play After the first se- 
ries for both teams, the tie remains, (a) 
Team A used no time-outs in the over- 
time series; (b) Team B used one time- 
out in the overtime series. RULING: Each 
team has two unused time-outs plus each 
will be entitled to one additional time-out 
during the 2nd overtime period. An over- 
time period is a series for Team A and a 
series for Team B. (3-5-1) 
SITUATION #14: Team A sets in a forma- 
tion with the split end A1 outside the 
defensive end and outside the linebacker. 
Following the snap, A1 blocks toward the 
ball on either B1 the defensive end or 82 
the linebacker who is two yards behind 
the neutral zone. A1 blocks (a) B1 above 
the waist from the front; or (b) B2 below 
the waist from the front or (c) B1 with his 
hands on the side of 81 's shoulder pads. 
RULING: Legal block in (a) and (c), but 
an illegal block in (b). A1 may 
"crackback" on a defensive player, but 
the block must be above the waist and 
on the front of the opponent. (9-3-2,5) 
SITUATION #15: A number of team 
substitutes enter the field between 
downs. The officials do not recognize 
that one replaced player does not leave 
the field immediately When the ball is 
snapped; (a) A12 is attempting to get off 



the field; or (b) A12 is in the formation 
as an extra lineman. RULING: In (a) it is 
an illegal subsfitution foul. If accepted, 
the 5-yard penalty is enforced from the 
previous spot. In (b) it is illegal partici- 
pation which carries a 15-yard penalty 
Also enforced from the previous spot. (3- 
7-5; 9-6-4a) 



SITUATION #1: After the conclusion of 
the first half, the referee allowed coach 
A to add additional names of players to 
his team roster. RULING: Legal. Addi- 
tional names of players can be added on 
a team roster at anytime during a soccer 
game. (3-1-3) 

SITUATION #2: Player A-1 receives a 
caution (yellow card) for persistent in- 
fringement. A) The referee verbally ad- 
monishes A-1 and play resumes; B) the 
referee immediately sends A-1 off and 
after A-1 has left the field of play beck- 
ons A-2, his substitute, onto the field. 
RULING: A) Incorrect. A cautioned 
player shall be substituted for immedi- 
ately B) Correct A-1 may return at the 
next legal substitution opportunity. (3-3-2) 
SITUATION #3: Player A-1 is cautioned 
for unsportsmanlike conduct This is her 
second yellow card of the game A) The 
referee disqualifies Player A-1, holding 
a yellow and red card in the same hand 
and then beckons A-2 into the game as 
a substitute for A-1 . B) The referee does 
not send A-1 off because it is only a sec- 
ond yellow card. C) The referee disquali- 
fies A-1 and does not allow a substitute. 
RULING: A) Correct procedure 8) and 
C) Incorrect (3-3-3) 
SITUATION #4: Team A scores a goal 
A-1 2, who prior to the goal has reported 
her desire to substitute to the score- 
keeper, enters the field replacing A-11 
without being beckoned by the referee. 
A) The substitution is not allowed. B) 
The substitution is permitted. 
RULING: A) Illegal. A substitute may 
enter after a score (or at the beginning 
of a period) without being beckoned if the 
substitute has previously reported to the 
scorekeeper. B) Legal. (3-4-1 ) 
SITUATION #5: During the pregame 
inspection, the referee finds that Team 
As jerseys each contain a manufacturer's 
logo 2" square. The referee requires 
Team A to change jerseys to comply with 
the 1 1/2" restriction. RULING: Correct, 
This restriction is now in effect. (4-1-1) 
SITUATION #6: Team As uniform shorts, 
jerseys and stockings are navy blue 
Some Team A players are also wearing 
visible apparel under their shorts. A) 
blue; 8) gold 



RULING: A) Legal. B) Illegal. (4-1-1) 
SITUATION #7: Player A-1, who is bald, 
enters the game wearing solid blue 
sweatbands on A) his wrists; B) his head; 
C) both head and wrists. His uniform 
colors are red on white. The referee al- 
lows him to enter RULING: A), B), and 
C) Legal, (4-2-3) 

SITUATION #8: A player is held by an 
opponent by grabbing his jersey to re- 
strict movement. The shirt gets pulled 
out of the pants and the player does not 
tuck it back in The official warns the 
player to tuck his shirt back in, but the 
player does not. The official then stops 
play and has the player removed. 
RULING: This action is correct. A 
player's jersey shall be tucked in during 
the entire game. If not, a player may be 
removed until the uniform is corrected. 
That player may then reenter the game 
at any legal substitution opportunity for 
his/her team. (4-3-1) 
SITUATION #9: After being cautioned 
earlier, a player is disqualified for a 
subsequent act of misconduct. The offi- 
cial raises and then holds both a yellow 
and red card overhead in her nght hand. 
RULING: The mechanics are correct (5- 
3-1) 

SITUATION #10: Players from both 
teams have become frustrated and an- 
gry and it is apparent that it will not take 
much before someone starts a fight The 
head referee stops the game and explains 
to both coaches and captains that they 
must bring their players under control 
The head referee then directs the 
coaches to call all players to the respec- 
tive bench areas and that the game will 
confinue after a one-minute cooling down 
period. 

RULING: Legal. The head referee is 
authorized to stop play whenever ele- 
ments, spectators or other conditions 
require. (5-3-2) 

SITUATION #11: A-1 and B-1 are con- 
testing for a loose ball when 8-1 goes 
down with a severe injury. No penalty is 
involved, but the game is temporarily 
suspended due to the injury. When play 
is ready to resume, the referee A) awards 
a throw-in to Team 8 because 8-3 had 
control of the ball before it became loose 
and was contested by A-1 and 8-1 8) 
administers a drop-ball because no team 
had clear possession at the time the 
game was temporarily suspended. 
RULING: A) Incorrect. 8) Correct.(9-2-1) 
SITUATION #12: The ball becomes de- 
flated within the goal area. A) The ref- 
eree administers a drop ball on the goal 
area line which runs parallel to the goal 
line nearest to where the ball was when 
play was stopped. 8) The referee ad- 
ministers a drop ball outside the penalty 
area in the field of play at the nearest 
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was stopped. RULING: A) Correct pro- 
cedure. B) Incorrect. (9-2-2) 
SITUATION #13: A goal is scored directly 
from A) a goal kick; B) a corner kick; C) 
a drop ball; D) a goalkeeper punt; E) a 
kickoff. The referee allows the goal 
RULING: A) Illegal. B) Legal C) Legal 
D) Legal. E) Illegal. (10-1-3,4) 
SITUATION #14: Player A-1, who is in 
an offside position, receives the ball di- 
rectly from a throw-in and immediately 
scores a goal which the referee allows. 
RULING: Legal (11-1-3) 
SITUATION #15: A shot was made on 
goal when an attacking player is in an 
offside position. A) The ball rebounded 
from the goal toward the player in the 
offside position. B) The ball rebounded 
from the goalkeeper toward the player in 
an offside position. In both instances, 
the player controls the ball and scores. 
RULING: A) Illegal. The goal must be 
disallowed because the player interfered 
with play. The player would not have 
been penalized if she had shown the ref- 
eree that she would not participate in the 
game by turning around or stepping off 
the field. B) Illegal, The goal shall be 
disallowed if the referee considers the 
attacking player is interfering with play 
(11-1-1,2) 

SITUATION #16: Player A-1 has a clear 
breakaway scoring opportunity, B-1 runs 
up behind A-1 and attempts to trip her 
but does not make contact. The referee 
invokes the advantage clause and A-1 
scores. The referee then disqualifies B-1 , 
RULING: Legal, A player who uses un- 
lav/ful means to stop or attempt to stop 
an opponent with an obvious goal scor- 
ing opportunity shall be disqualified for 
serious foul play (12-1 and 12-8-2) 
SITUATION #17: Player A-1 made a shot 
on goal and the ball rebounded into play 
from the goalkeeper, who dived on the 
ball, fully stretched out and stopped the 
ball with the tips of the fingers of one 
hand. Player A-2 kicked the ball into the 
goal. 

RULING: Illegal. This is an act of dan- 
gerous play by A-2. After disallowing the 
goal, the game shall be restarted with 
an indirect free kick by Team B. (12-4-4) 
SITUATION #18: Two defenders pass the 
ball among themselves until challenged. 
Then the ball is passed back to their goal- 
keeper. The goalkeeper bends to pick 
up the ball but suddenly remembers that 
he may not touch it with his hands. How- 
ever, he does briefly touch the ball with 
one hand before actually kicking it back 
to a defender. The official does not stop 
play. RULING: This action is incorrect 
Goalkeepers may no longer touch the ball 
with their hands if it has been deliber- 
ately kicked to them by a teammate. An 
indirect free kick for the attacking team 
should have been awarded. (12-7-3) 



SITUATION #1: Checking the net the 
officials discover there is no cable 
through the top or bottom of the net. 
RULING: Legal COMMENT: Cableless 
net systems that meet all other require- 
ments are legal (3-1 -1 Note) 
SITUATION #2: The official checks the 
net and notices that there are no vertical 
tape markers. RULING: Legal. COM- 
MENT: Vertical tape markers are no 
longer required. (3-1-5) 
SITUATION #3: Player from Team R has 
an artificial limb: a) coach presents let- 
ter from State Association permitting ar- 
tificial limb; b) coach has no letter from 
State Association RULING: a) Legal, b) 
illegal COMMENT: As long as limb is 
adequately padded, it is no more dan- 
gerous than the corresponding human 
\\vr\p. and a letter of permission is pro- 
vided by State Association, player may 
wear limb during play. (4-1-3) 
SITUATION #4: A player starts the game 
wearing a bandanna: a) rolled up 2" wide 
as a sweat band; b) covering the entire 
head, c) rolled up and tying back pony- 
tail RULING: a) and c) are legal; b) is 
illegal 

COMMENT: Bandanna, scarf, etc. may 
be worn if rolled up no more than 2" wide. 
(4-1-5) 

SITUATION #5: Team R sends two 
substitutions to the umpire One is wear- 
ing a friendship bracelet and one is wear- 
ing an ankle bracelet RULING: Illegal 
player equipment; unnecessary delay. 
COMMENT: Multiple foul situation; only 
one penalty is assessed (4-1-6, 9-7-3, 
9-7-Pen. 3.) 

SITUATION #6: Two players from Team 
R report to the umpire for substitution 
One has an earring on and the other has 
a knee brace with metal exposed 
RULING: Both are illegal. 
COMMENT: This is a multiple foul; there- 
fore only one penalty unnecessary de- 
lay is assessed Any subsequent equip- 
ment violations by the same team dur- 
ing the match will result in a point or side- 
out being assessed (4-1 -Pen 1, 9-7-3, 
9-7-4) 

SITUATION #7: When the starting play- 
ers for Team S take the court, the um- 
pire notices that one of the players is 
wearing earrings. The umpire tells the 
player that the earrings must be removed. 
The player refuses to remove the ear- 
rings because she has just had her ears 
pierced. The referee signals for serve to 
start the game. Upon contact of the ball 
on the serve, the referee blows the whistle 
and assesses an unnecessary delay pen- 
alty on Team S for illegal player equip- 
ment. RULING: Correct procedure. 



COMMENT: The player must remove the 
earrings during the time-out for unnec- 
essary delay or the coach must substi- 
tute for her (4-1 -Pen 1) 
SITUATION #8: Referee notices CB on 
Team R has a necklace/chain around the 
neck. RULING: Illegal equipment 
COMMENT: If equipment can be made 
legal during the charged time-out (unnec- 
essary delay), player does not have to 
be removed from game. (4-1-Pen 2) 
SITUATION #9: After Team S was ini- 
tially penalized for a player equipment 
violation in the first game, a player from 
Team S who is wearing earrings reports 
to the umpire for substitution during the 
second game of the match RULING: 
Subsequent equipment violation by the 
same team during a match- side-out. 
Player may not enter the game until the 
earrings are removed. (4-1-Pen 3). 
SITUATION #10: Two players from Team 
R report to the umpire for substitution. 
One IS wearing an illegal uniform 
RULING: Illegal uniform; unnecessary 
delay 

COMMENT: Player shall not enter the 
game until the uniform is made legal. (4- 
2-Pen 1) 

SITUATION #11: A school hosting a 
large invitational uses 4 line judges on 
each court, RULING: Legal, (5-1-1) 
SITUATION #12: At the conclusion of 
game one, the referee blows the whistle 
and signals end of game directing play- 
ers to their respective end lines. After 
verifying the score with the umpire, the 
referee blows the whistle and signals 
change of court, 

RULING: Correct procedure [5-3-3c(19)] 
SITUATION #13: Umpire penalizes Team 
R for illegal equipment Scorer notes 
penalty and player in comment section 
of scoresheet 

RULING: Correct procedure, 
COMMENT: The scorer is to record all 
uniform and equipment violations, notify 
the umpire if there are any subsequent 
violations of the same rule and transfer 
notations of such violations to the Com- 
ments section of the scoresheet for the 
next game, (5-5-3h) 

SITUATION #1 4: During a time-out in 
game one, the line judges move to the 
midpoint of their respective end lines fac- 
ing the net, RULING: Correct procedure. 
(5-7-3b) 

SITUATION #15: The wrong player 
serves 3 points for Team S before the 
coach realizes it is the wrong player. The 
coach calls a time-out and tells the play- 
ers to resume their proper positions when 
they return to the court. The proper 
server serves 2 points prior to the offi- 
cials realizing the situation. Side-out is 
assessed and the 3 points scored by the 
improper server are cancelled. RULING: 
Correct procedure. (6-3-Pen. 2a) 



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Jan. 3-5, 1995 
Contact Larry Lahey 
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Russell 

Nov. 29, 1994 

Dec. 30, 1994 

Jan. 27, 1995 
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Dec 17-23, 1994 
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Dec 13-31, 1994 
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Q&A 

During an Athletic Director's 
conference this past spring in Louisville, 
Assistant Commissioner Larry Boucher 
was asked to respond to several ques- 
tions concerning forms presently being 
used by the KHSAA. The following are 
the questions and answers. 

1 . It was suggested the KHSAA combine 
the Certificate of Eligibility Form (KHSAA 
Form #15) and the Participation List 
(KHSAA Form #3). Is this possible'? 
No These forms are used for two totally 
separate purposes The Participation List 
IS a consolidated listing of all of a school's 
athletes for the given year, whatever 
sport It is used as a reference in the 
KHSAA's catastrophic insurance pro- 
gram. The Eligibility Form is a submitted 
between schools for each sport if re- 
quested by the other school The KHSAA 
often receives these in the sport of bas- 
ketball. However, they're usually dis- 
carded after the completion of the sea- 
son 

2 Is it legal to request social security 
numbers on various forms (particularly 
KHSAA Form #3 - Participation List)^ 
Yes Social security numbers are used 
as merely a tracking device for transfers, 
athletic participation, insurance concerns 
and other issues when there is the dis- 
tinct possibility of similar names, similar 
schools attended, similar birth dates, etc 
While we have been advised that it is le- 
gal to ask for these identifiers, please be 
assured that they are not published. 

3 Can required forms be sent to the 
schools earlier (particularly KHSAA 
Forms #4 and 5)^ 

No. Usually, the packet of KHSAA forms 
is sent to member schools the first of May 
Form #5, which asks for an update of 
sports offered, coaches, addresses, ad- 
ministrators, other vital statistics, etc , is 
also sent again in July for final verifica- 
tion. KHSAA Form #4 is a quick review 
of the student-athlete eligibility rules and 
regulations. These are usually approved/ 
disapproved by the State Department of 
Education at its May meeting Therefore, 
the KHSAA must wait for any possible 
changes in these bylaws A word of rec- 
ommendation would be that physicals for 
athletes be completed in late May since 
the examination is valid for participation 
In athletics for one year from the date 
signed. 



Volleyball Minutes 

(From Page 13) 

official ball for the 1994 State Tourna- 
ment. 

The next item on the agenda was a 
discussion of the 1994-95 National Fed- 
eration rule changes. The biggest 
change this year had to do with match 
protocol 

The Committee reviewed the 1993- 
94 KHSAA Constitution and Bylaws and 
discussed increasing the number of tour- 
naments and/or matches allowed in the 
limitation of seasons section Commit- 
tee members were once again advised 
of the procedure to make Bylaw changes 
by going through the Delegate Assem- 
bly The committee members will work 
on a proposal to be submitted to the 1 995 
Delegate Assembly regarding the in- 
crease in matches. 

Miscellaneous items included a dis- 
cussion in the selection process for the 
State All-Tournament team. It was de- 
cided that we would use the same pro- 
cess as last year: 

Teams participating in the semifinals 
would get two selections from their 
teams. The head coach from each team 
would name their all tournament players. 
The remaining 12 teams may nominate 
one player to be considered by all 16 
coaches for the remaining four positions. 
Coaches may vote for their own players. 
Players of coaches who do not vote are 
not eligible for the all-tournament team. 
In addition to the 12 all-tournament team 
players, a most valuable player will be 
selected by the winning coach from the 
players on the winning team 

The next Volleyball Committee meet- 
ing will be scheduled in December 1994 
There being no further business the 
meeting was adjourned. 



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KHSAA Board 
of Control 



President 

Frank Cardwell 
Franklin-Simpson H.S. 

Vice-President 

Arthur "Ozz" Jackson 
Whitesburg H.S. 

Directors 

William "Bill" Beasley Teresa Isaac 

Paducah Lexington 



Tom Bryant 
Danville 


Bob Rogers 
Caldwell County Schools 


Ken Cox 
Tates Creek H.S. 


Stan Steidel 
Dayton H.S, 


Tasso Harris 
Valley H.S. 


Grant Talbott 
Owensboro H.S. 


Cookie Henson 
Clay County H.S. 


Wendell Thomas 
Louisville 


Claudia Hicks 
Rowan County H.S, 


Darrell Treece 
Henry County H.S 


Kathy Hopper 
Waggener H.S. 


Frank Welch 
Belfry H.S. 



Staff 



Commissioner 

Louis Stout 

Assistant Commissioners Directors 

Brigid DeVries Julian Tackett 

Larry Boucher Brooks Downing 



Office Manager 

Anne Wesley Mays 

Secretaries 

Patti Pruitt 
Mary Darnell 



Fund Raising 

Ken Tippeft 

Physical Plant 

John Ginn 

Receptionist 

Angela Faulkner 



Contents 



6 

10 
12 
18 



Board Minutes 

Results from the September 
3j3ard of Control Meeting. 



Appointed Delegates 

Official list of appointed 
Delegates for the Feb. 9, 
1995 Assembly fleeting. 



The Path To Alignment 

The minutes of the Football 
Ad Hoc and Board Commit- 
tees as well as the '95 ap- 
proved alignment. 

Fighting 

The KHSAA wants officials to 
take a stand against fighting. 



On The Cover 



Henderson County's Brandi Calhoun looks 
for an open passing lane after getting trapped in 
the 1994 Girls' Sweet Sixteen contest by two 
Meade County players Henderson County went 
on to advance to the semifinals. 

Photo by Greg Perry. 



JANUARY 1995 



VOLUME LVI, NO./J- 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE $10 



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School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 2280 Executive Dr., 
Lexington, KY 40505. Third-class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Accep- 
tance for mailing al special rate of postage provided for in Section 1 103 
Act of Oct 3, 1 91 7, authorized tvlay 3, 1 926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to KHSAA, 2280 
Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. 



Publisher: Louis Stout 
Editor: Anne Wesley IVIays Editor: Brooks Downing 

Assistant: Larry Boucher Assistant: Brigid DeVries 

Assistant: Julian Tackett 



(606) 299-KHSA 



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January 1995 



SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 


1 

New Year's Day 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1 NF Winter Meeting, Albuquerque, NM | | 






1 


Mail BK Elig 


-ist to Each School before Feb 1 | 












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12 


13 


14 


|NF Winter Me... 1 




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16 

Martin Luther 
King, Jr. 


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23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 

SAT Test Date 


29 


30 

6:00pm SB 

Clinic - 

Paducah 

Tilghman HS 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic - 

Paducah 

Tilghman HS 


31 

6:00pm SB 

Clinic-Hopk. 

Comm. Col. 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic-Hopk. 

Comm. Col. 




School 
Deadline for 
Spring Sports 









SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



February 1995 

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 



FRIDAY 



SATURDAY 



1 

6:00pm SB 
Clinic • 
Owensboro 
Sportscenfer 

7:00pm BA 
Clinic - 
Owensboro 
Sportscenfer 



2 

6:00pm SB 

Clinic - 

Elizabethtown 

HS 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic - 

Elizabethtown 

HS 



4 

ACT Test Date 



District WR Tournaments 



Regional SW Meets 



6 

6:00pm SB 
Clinic - Paul 
Blazer HS 

7:00pm BA 
Clinic - Paul 
Blazer HS 



7 
6:00pm SB 

Clinic - 

Pikeville HS 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic - 

Pikeville HS 



8 

6:00pm SB 

Clinic - Hazard 

HS 
7:00pm TR 

Clinic - Central 

Hardin HS 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic - Hazard 

HS 



9 

6:00pm SB 
Clinic - South 
Laurel HS 

7:00pm BA 
Clinic - South 
Laurel HS 



10 



11 



I Regional WR Tournaments | 



I KHSAA Annual Meeting, TBA \ 



Mail 3 copies of Final BK Elig List to Dist Mgr 



12 



13 

6:00pm SB 
Clinic - Mason 
County HS 

7:00pm BA 
Clinic - Mason 
County HS 



14 

6:00pm SB 

Clinic - 

Covington 

Holmes 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic - 

Covington 

Holmes 
1st BA, SB, TN 

practice 



15 

6:00pm SB 
Clinic - 

Gheens (Male 
HS), Louisville 

7:00pm BA 
Clinic - 

Gheens (Male 
HS), Louisville 



16 

6:00pm SB 

Clinic - Henry 

Clay HS 
7:00pm BA 

Clinic - Henry 

Clay HS 



17 



18 



State WR Tournament, Atherton | 



[ State SW Meet, Univ. of Kentucky^ 



19 



20 

President's Day 



21 

7:00pm TR 
Clinic - Russell 
HS 



22 



23 

7:00pm TR 
Clinic - 
Covington 
Catholic HS 



24 

2:00pm Sweet 
1 6 Draw, 
Lexington 



25 



26 

BK District 
Drawings - 
Host School 



27 



28 

7:00pm TR 
Clinic - South 
Laurel HS 



District BK Tournaments 



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JANUARY 1995 



Board Gets "Clean" Opinion From Audit 



September 15, 1994 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association met at 
the Association Office in Lexington, Ken- 
tucky, on Thursday, Sept. 15, 1994. The 
meeting was called to order at 9:05 a.m. 
by President Frank Cardwell. Board 
members present in addition to the Presi- 
dent were Vice President Ozz Jackson, 
Tom Bryant, Tasso Harris, Cookie 
Henson, Claudia Hicks, Kathy Hopper, 
Bob Rogers, Stan Steidel, Darrell Treece 
and Frank Welch. Members absent were 
Bill Beasley, Ken Cox, Teresa Isaac, 
Grant Talbott and Wendell Thomas. Also 
present were Commissioner Louis Stout, 
Assistant Commissioners Larry Boucher 
and Brigid DeVries, Bus. Mgr Julian 
Tackett, SID Brooks Downing, Ken 
Tippett, Anne Wesley Mays and State 
Dept. Representative Randy Kimbrough. 

The Invocation was given by Frank 
Cardwell. 

President Cardwell then called on 
Lisa VonHalle and Mike Sullivan from the 
CPA firm of Miller, Mayer, Sullivan and 
Stevens The audit reports were mailed 
to the Board prior to the meeting. Mr. 
Sullivan expressed positive comments 
regarding the financial condition of the 
KHSAA The "going concern" opinion 
noted in the 1992-93 audit was replaced 
with a "clean" opinion in the 1993-94 
audit. He went over the audit report and 
fielded questions from Board members. 
Mr Sullivan noted that even though rev- 
enue was down considerably from the 
projected budget figure for the 1994 Boys' 
Basketball Tournament, total expenses 
for the Association were held in check 
Stan Steidel requested that the Associa- 
tion receive, in writing, a summary of the 
audit in the form of a Management Let- 
ter. Mr. Sullivan stated the firm would 
be happy to issue such. Ozz Jackson 
then made a motion that the 1993-94 
Audit Report be accepted. Bob Rogers 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Wendell Thomas arrived at 9:20 am 
and did not vote on the previous motion. 

Commissioner Stout presented 
plans to the Board regarding the estab- 
lishment of the KHSAA Foundation. This 
Foundation is being formed to develop 
the Hall of Fame Museum and decrease 
the indebtedness of the building. Mr. 
Downing then distributed a new pam- 
phlet, "KHSAA ~ A Partner in Educating 
Tomorrow's Leaders," which he and the 
Commissioner developed to highlight the 
Benefits, Programs, Services, Finances, 



The next Board of Control meeting is 
Jan. 19-21, 1995 at the KHSAA offices. 

Purpose and Rules of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association. 

Following these presentations, 
Wendell Thomas made a motion that the 
Commissioner continue on with plans for 
the formation of the KHSAA Foundation. 
Frank Welch seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously 

Commissioner Stout then introduced 
the new receptionist, Angela Faulkner, to 
the Board and officially welcomed her to 
the KHSAA family 

The next items on the Agenda were 
the appeals hearings Wendell Thomas 
made a motion that the Board of Control 
vote on all eligibility appeals in Open 
Session. Tom Bryant seconded the mo- 
tion. The motion failed. Cookie Henson 
then moved to reconsider the previous 
motion. Kathy Hopper seconded, mo- 
tion passed 11-2. Tasso Harris made a 
motion that the vote be taken by roll call. 
Tom Bryant seconded the motion which 
passed 9-4. 

Each appellant was allowed to 
present his/her case in Open or Closed 
Session and distribute to the Board any 
additional information which was not 
submitted previously and which the 
Board received prior to the hearings. The 
Board then went into Executive Session 
to discuss the case. Following return to 
Open Session, a roll call vote was taken 
on a motion to grant or deny the appeal 
The President explained the Due Process 
Procedure to each appellant in the event 
the appeal was denied. Following is the 
disposition of each appeal: 

1) Jennifer Ziegler, Campbell County HS, 
Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule 

Kathy Hopper made a motion to 
grant the appeal due to financial hard- 
ship. Wendell Thomas seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

2) Travis Petty, Ballard HS, Bylaw 6, 
Transfer Rule 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to 
deny the appeal due to lack of a bona 
fide change of residence. Darrell Treece 
seconded the motion which passed 9-3. 

3) Rachel VanMeter, Oldham County HS, 
Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to 
grant the appeal due to hardship. Kathy 
Hopper seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Ken Cox arrived at the meeting at 
11:45 a.m. 

Ms. Kimbrough recommended that 
the Board of Control seek an Attorney 



General's Opinion regarding the status 
of the KHSAA as a public entity and 
therefore subject to the Open Meeting 

Law. 

President Cardwell called for a lunch 
break at 12:12 to reconvene at 1 p.m. 

The Board reconvened at 1:10 and 
continued with the appeals hearings. 

4) Otello Claxton, Louisville, Bylaw 3, Age 
Rule 

President Cardwell advised the Com- 
missioner to notify the parties that no 
action was taken due to their failure to 
appear. 

5) Istvan Lambriex, Ky Country Day, 
Bylaw 6, Sec. 2, FES 

Ozz Jackson made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Tom Bryant seconded the 
motion which failed by a vote of 8-5. 

6) Jeremy Stone, North Bullitt HS, By- 
law 6, Transfer Rule 

Tasso Harris made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

7) Jammie Purvis, Bath County HS, By- 
law 3, Age Rule 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to 
grant the appeal. Kathy Hopper sec- 
onded the motion which failed by a vote 
of 6 yeses and 8 nos. 

8) Jonathan Sumner, Hazard HS, Bylaw 
6, Transfer Rule 

Bob Rogers made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Tom Bryant seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

9) Tommy Garrenton, Apollo HS, Bylaw 
6, Transfer Rule 

Bob Rogers made a motion to grant 
the appeal contingent upon receipt of 
medical information to verify his condi- 
tion of health. Stan Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed 12-2 

10) Lajuane Chenault, Bryan Station HS, 
Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant 
the appeal based on the availability of 
special classes at Bryan Station HS. 
Tasso Harris seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously Teresa Isaac dis- 
qualified herself from the hearing and did 
not vote. 

11) Steve Kennedy Dayton HS, Bylaw 
3, Age Rule 

Tom Bryant made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Ozz Jackson seconded the 
motion which passed 12-1. Stan Steidel 
disqualified himself from the hearing and 
did not vote. 

12) Jennifer Anderson, Scott HS, Bylaw 
6, Transfer Rule 

Tasso Harris made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Stan Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

Darrell Treece left the meeting at 
4:30 p.m. 



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JANUARY 1995 



13) Bo Parrish, Ballard HS, Bylaw 6, 
Transfer Rule 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which passed 12-0. Ozz Jack- 
son was absent from the hearing. 

14) Philip Haussermann, L'ville Colle- 
giate, Bylaw 6, Sec. 2, FES 

Kathy Hopper made a motion to 
grant the appeal Tom Bryant seconded 
the motion which passed 10-3 

15) Spencer Smith, Ballard HS, Bylaw 
6, Transfer Rule 

Cookie Henson made a motion to 
grant the appeal. Ozz Jackson seconded 
the motion which failed 10-3 

There being no further appeals to 
come before the Board, President 
Cardwell recessed the meeting until 9 
a.m., Friday Sept. 16. The meeting re- 
cessed at 6:30 p m. 

September 16, 1994 

President Cardwell reconvened the 
Board of Control meeting on Friday Sept 
16, 1994 at 9 a.m. All Board members 
were present. Also present were Com- 
missioner Louis Stout, Assistant Com- 
missioners Larry Boucher and Brigid 
DeVries, Bus. Mgr. Julian Tackett, SID 
Brooks Downing, Ken Tippett, Anne 
Wesley Mays and State Dept. Represen- 
tative Randy Kimbrough 

The first item on the Agenda was the 
approval of the minutes of the July 21- 
22, 1994 Board of Control Meeting Mr 
Cardwell noted that Claudia Hicks' name 
should be included on the Executive 
Committee Frank Welch made a mo- 
tion, seconded by Bill Beasley that the 
minutes of the meeting be approved as 
corrected. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

Bill Beasley made a motion, sec- 
onded by Bob Rogers, that the minutes 
of the West Eligibility Committee Meet- 
ing on Aug. 31, 1994 be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously 

Frank Welch moved that all bills of 
the Association for the period July 1 - 
Aug. 31, 1994 be approved, Darrell 
Treece seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Tackett and Ms. Mays presented 
the Budget Report and Update through 
Aug 31. They reported on the settle- 
ment of EC. Matthews vs. KHSAA. Fol- 
lowing their report, Ken Cox made a 
motion to accept the budget report and 
update. Wendell Thomas seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

Asst. Comm. Boucher then gave an 
update on the Officials' Division, specifi- 
cally a review of the procedures used for 
the ratings, observations, evaluations, 
discipline and recruitment of officials. 
Following a lengthy discussion of the pro- 



posed policy changes for the Officials 
Division, Ken Cox made a motion, sec- 
onded by Teresa Isaac, that the recom- 
mended changes be approved as pre- 
sented and distributed immediately He 
added that details be worked out through 
communications across the State. The 
motion passed 15-1. 

An explanation then followed by Mr 
Tackett regarding the need to transfer 
$6,809,00 to the Retirement Trust Fund 
at Montgomery & Traders Bank This 
transfer Is to be made annually for the 
previous year as detailed in the audit re- 
port to cover employees' accrued sick 
leave in the event of retirement Grant 
Talbott made a motion to approve this 
request Ozz Jackson seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

Bill Beasley made a motion to ap- 
prove the proposed Fan Jam '95 contract 
with All-Star, Inc. Tasso Harris seconded 
the motion which passed 15-1. 

A lengthy discussion then ensued 
regarding Fast Pitch Softball Commis- 
sioner Stout reported on the status of the 
Attorney General's Opinion Many con- 
cerns were expressed about the Limita- 
tion of Seasons, minimum number of 
games, cost of clinics, participation by 
schools, etc Mr, Boucher announced the 
results of the Fast Pitch/Slow Pitch Soft- 
ball Survey which was mailed to all 
schools. The results are as follows: 185 
schools will play fast pitch, 45 schools 
will also play slow pitch, 16 schools will 
not play Softball; the remaining schools 
did not respond. Bob Rogers made a 
motion that the following requirement be 
added to Rules and Regulations Govern- 
ing Softball Tournaments of the KHSAA 
Number of Games - a minimum of ten 
(10) fast pitch Softball games shall be 
played Wendell Thomas seconded the 
motion. The motion failed by a vote of 
8-8. Stan Steidel made a motion, sec- 
onded by Tasso Harris to accept the soft- 
ball report as presented The motion 
passed 15-1 

No action was taken following a dis- 
cussion of the eligibility of students who 
were assigned to Lewis County High 
School after the closure of Tollesboro 
High School 

The next item on the Agenda was a 
discussion of several proposals to be 
considered as amendments to the Con- 
stitution and Bylaws for presentation at 
the Annual Meeting on February 9-10 
1) Bylaw 2. Responsibility for Eligibility - 
Addition of allowing the pnncipal to ap- 
point a designated representative in his/ 
her absence to conduct the business of 
the interscholastic program in his/her 
school. This change could affect Bylaws 
1, 12, 14, 15 and 18. Ken Cox made a 
motion to add Designated Representa- 
tive to the suggested bylaws as listed in 



the draft Tom Bryant seconded the mo- 
tion which passed unanimously 
2) Bylaw 25. Limitation of Seasons - 
President Cardwell asked the All-Sports 
Committee to look at this bylaw and 
make a recommendation to the Board. 

The Board then heard a proposal 
submitted by Greenebaum, Doll & 
McDonald with regard to procuring a 
Hearing Officer to hear appeals as part 
of the Due Process Procedure and a fixed 
retainage amount for the legal expenses 
with the firm. Attorney Danny Reeves 
explained the procedure and answered 
questions regarding same Commis- 
sioner Stout recommended that the 
Board accept the proposal of 
Greenebaum Doll & McDonald in its en- 
tirety. 

President Cardwell called for a lunch 
break at 12:30 p.m. to reconvene at 1 30 
p m. 

The meeting was reconvened at 1 30 
p m. with the absence of Claudia Hicks 

Ken Cox made a motion that the 
Commissioner's recommendation be 
supported Following a discussion, Frank 
Cardwell seconded the motion. The 
motion failed 10-5 Bill Beasley then 
moved that the Board accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation of a 
Hearing Officer as part of the Due Pro- 
cess Procedure Tom Bryant seconded 
the motion which passed 9-5 Bob 
Rogers made a motion, seconded by 
Tom Bryant, that the proposal of 
Greenebaum, Doll & McDonald be ac- 
cepted The motion passed 11-3 Teresa 
Isaac was absent for the voting Darrell 
Treece made a motion that qualifications 
of a Hearing Office be established and a 
Job Description be approved by the 
Board Bill Beasley seconded the mo- 
tion which passed unanimously Tasso 
Harris then moved to accept the Due 
Process Procedure as amended Frank 
Welch seconded the motion which 
passed 13-1 

Following a discussion of amending 
Bylaw 7 Conduct, to include contest of- 
ficials or other official school represen- 
tatives, and to carry over penalties oc- 
curring in the last game of a season, 
Tasso Harris made a motion to accept 
Bylaw 7 with amendments and submit it 
to the Delegate Assembly as well as an 
amendment to Bylaw 38 Ken Cox sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously 

Asst. Comm. DeVries advised the 
Board that plans were being finalized for 
the opening of the Novelty Shop at the 
KHSAA Headquarters. The purpose of 
the shop will be to sell leftover items from 
the state events. 

Commissioner Stout announced the 

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BOC Minutes 
(From Page 7) 

formation of a Middle School Commit- 
tee as recommended by the State Board 
of Education's Blue Ribbon Commission. 
Mr. Stout submitted the names of Homer 
Brown, Joe Carr, Larry Cheek, Juanta 
Cox, Danny Maxberry, Dan Sullivan and 
Jim Watkins Wendell Thomas made a 
motion to accept the appointees pre- 
sented by the Commissioner Ozz Jack- 
son seconded the motion, which passed 
Other names submitted for inclusion on 
the Committee were John Blaney Marvin 
Moore and Vaughn Macklin 

Other items of discussion with no 
action taken included Coaching Educa- 
tion to be conducted on Nov 19 and co- 
ordinated by Jim Komara, the former 
Fayette County Athletic Director, the for- 
mation of an Insurance Committee; 
1995-96 football realignment to be sub- 
mitted to the Board in December; a new 
Sweet 16 ticket brochure and the forma- 
tion of a Sweet 16 Club A request was 
made regarding the Board's waiving By- 
law 25, 1 and 7, to allow baseball and 
Softball teams to participate in out-of- 
state games during spring break prior to 
the start of the season. Grant Talbott 
made a motion, seconded by Tasso Har- 
ris to approve this request. The motion 
failed 10-3. Ms DeVries discussed the 
Strategic Planning Workshop which was 
conducted for the Board of Control by 
David Bryant on Wednesday Sept 14 
She distributed a strategic plan to be 
developed by the KHSAA. 

Commissioner Stout asked the 
Board to consider a request from Peter 
Conway to bring an Australian basket- 
ball team to the West Hopkins area to 
play games in December and not count 
the games in the Limitation of Seasons 
Steidel made a motion that due to the 
lateness and uncertainty of details, the 
request be denied Harris seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr, Stout announced the results of 
appeals submitted to the State Board of 
Education: Fredrik Hoist, upheld; Phillip 
Rose, upheld; Eugene Smith, upheld; 
Julie Skaggs, upheld, Kim Murphy over- 
ruled, Ryan Tucker, overruled; Aaron 
Deglow, overruled. 

The Board set the date for the next 
meeting to be held on Friday and Satur- 
day, December 2-3 at the Executive Inn 
in Louisville during the State Football 
Playoffs. 

There being no further business to 
come before the Board, Frank Welch 
made a motion to go into Executive Ses- 
sion. Bill Beasley seconded the motion 
which passed. 

The regular meeting of the Board 
adjourned at 4:15 p.m. 



Eligibility Hearings Results 



EAST ELIGIBILITY MEETING 
October 10, 1994 

The East Eligibility Committee of the 
KHSAA Board of Control met in Lexing- 
ton at the KHSAA Office Building on Mon- 
day, Oct 10, 1994, for the purpose of 
heanng eligibility appeals Mr Ozz Jack- 
son called the meeting to order at 9 am 
Members present were Tom Bryant, Ken 
Cox, Cookie Henson, Claudia Hicks, 
Teresa Isaac, Stan Steidel and Frank 
Welch. Others present were Commis- 
sioner Louis Stout, Asst. Commission- 
ers Brigid DeVries and Larry Boucher, 
Directors Julian Tackett and Brooks 
Downing, Danny Reeves, Board attorney. 
Randy Kimbrough of the State Depart- 
ment of Education and Anne Wesley 
Mays, Administrative Secretary. 

Prior to each appeal, Mr Jackson 
explained to the appellant the procedure 
for presentation. Each party was allowed 
to present his/her case and distribute to 
the Board any additional information rela- 
tive to the case. After each presenta- 
tion, the Board went into Executive Ses- 
sion Following return to Open Session 
a motion was made to either grant or 
deny the appeal A roll call vote was 
taken by the Secretary The appellants 
were advised of the decision of the Board 
and Mr Jackson explained the Due Pro- 
cess Procedure in the event the appeal 
was denied It was determined that five 
(5) affirmative votes were needed to pass 
a motion or restore eligibility 

Following is the disposition of each 
appeal: 

1) Aaron Ball - Garrard County HS 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to 
grant the appeal and allow Aaron an ex- 
tra year of eligibility Frank Welch sec- 
onded the motion which passed 6-1 Tom 
Bryant did not take part in the appeal or 
cast a vote 

2) Randie Dixon - Paul L Dunbar HS 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant 
the appeal based on the actual data re- 
garding guardianship Tom Bryant sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

3) James Maddox - Middlesboro HS 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant 
the appeal based on James' academics. 
Frank Welch seconded the motion which 
■passed 7-1. 

4) Derris Hedger - Fleming County HS 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant 
the appeal based on medical records. 
Tom Bryant seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously 

5) Leigh Ann Applegate, Joey Collins, 



Heather Cooper, Joseph Hinton Gardner, 
Ahren George, Jenny Hickerson, Paul 
McFadden, J.C. Thomas, David 
Williamson and Julie Wills - Fleming 
County HS 

Stan Steidel made a motion, sec- 
onded by Tom Bryant, to grant the ap- 
peal based on the hardship of their school 
closing. Tom Bryant seconded the mo- 
tion which passed unanimously 

6) Wendy Madden - Cawood HS 

Claudia Hicks made a motion, sec- 
onded by Teresa Isaac, that the appeal 
be granted if Wendy remains at her 
present residence for the remainder of 
the year. The motion passed unani- 
mously 

7) Marcos Cintra - Russell HS 

Following a discussion by the Board, 
this appeal was withdrawn. 
Ken Cox left the meeting 

8) Trent Owens - Wayne County HS 

Tom Bryant made a motion to grant 
the appeal Teresa Isaac seconded the 
motion which passed 5-2. 

Teresa Isaac left the meeting. 

9) Enc Savage - Model HS 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to 
deny the appeal based on Bylaw 5, 1 and 
Bylaw 4, 1(c) Stan Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed 6-0. 

10) Patrick Perdew - Christian Academy 
Tom Bryant made a motion to grant 

the appeal. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which passed 6-0. 

Ken Cox returned to the meeting. 

11) Derrick Potter - Franklin-Simpson 
High School 

Stan Steidel made a motion, sec- 
onded by Frank Welch, that the appeal 
be granted The motion passed unani- 
mously 

17) Joshua Logsdon - Christian Fellow- 
ship School 

Tom Bryant made a motion to grant 
the appeal Claudia Hicks seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously 

18) Hernan Smiley - North Hardin HS 
Appellants failed to appear for the 

hearing 

19) Austin Kupper - St. Francis HS 
Tom Bryant made a motion to grant 

the appeal Cookie Henson seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously 
Stan Steidel left the meeting. 

20) Lynley Wolf - DuPont Manual HS 
Tom Bryant made a motion to grant 

the appeal. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which passed 6-0. 

21) Timothy Burns - Taylor County HS 
Cookie Henson made a motion to 

grant the appeal. Frank Welch seconded 
the motion which passed 5-1. 

22) Ryan Ralston - Lafayette HS 

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appeal. Frank Welch seconded the mo- 
tion which failed 4-2. 

There being no further business, Ozz 
Jackson adjourned the meeting at 6:30 
p.m. 

EAST ELIGIBILITY MEETING 
November 28, 1994 

The East Eligibility Committee of the 
KHSAA Board of Control met in Lexing- 
ton at the KHSAA Office Building on 
Monday, November 28, 1994, for the 
purpose of hearing eligibility appeals Mr 
Ozz Jackson called the meeting to order 
at 9:10 a.m. Members present were Tom 
Bryant, Ken Cox, Cookie Henson, 
Claudia Hicks, Teresa Isaac, Stan Steidel 
and Frank Welch. Others present were 
Commissioner Louis Stout, Asst. Com- 
missioner Brigid DeVries, Bus. Aff. Dir 
Julian Tackett, Ken Tippett, Board Attor- 
ney Danny Reeves, Randy Kimbrough, 
State Department of Education and Anne 
Wesley Mays, Administrative Secretary 

Prior to each appeal, Mr. Jackson 
explained to the appellant the procedure 
for presentation. All parties were given 
the option to have an Open or Closed 
hearing. Each party was allowed to 



present his/her case and distribute to the 
Board any additional information relative 
to the case. After each presentation, the 
Board went into Executive Session Fol- 
lowing return to Open Session a motion 
was made to either grant or deny the 
appeal. A roll call vote was taken by the 
Secretary. The appellants were advised 
of the decision of the Board and Mr. Jack- 
son explained the Due Process Proce- 
dure in the event the appeal was denied. 
It was determined that five (5) affirma- 
tive votes were needed to pass a motion 
or restore eligibility. 

Following is the disposition of each 
appeal: 

1) Jennifer Kelly - Paintsville HS 

Cookie Henson made a motion to 
deny the appeal and uphold the 
Commissioner's ruling Tom Bryant sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously 

2) Joey Caudill - Knott County Central 
HS 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to 
grant the appeal Cookie Henson sec- 
onded the motion which passed by a vote 
of 5-3. 

3) Jason Dale - Lexington Catholic HS 

Ken Cox made a motion to table the 



appeal until the January Board meeting. 
Stan Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously 

4) Rodney Robertson - Tates Creek HS 

Ken Cox removed himself from the 
preceedings and did not vote. Claudia 
Hicks made a motion to deny the appeal. 
Stan Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 6-1 

5) Eugene Smith - Whitley County HS 

Ken Cox made a motion, seconded 
by Stan Steidel, that the appeal be de- 
nied due to the fact that no new evidence 
from his previous appeal was presented 
to indicate that Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule 
should be waived in this case. The mo- 
tion passed unanimously 

Stan Steidel left the meeting. 

6) Randy West - Greenup County HS 

Tom Bryant made a motion, sec- 
onded by Ken Cox, to deny the appeal. 
The motion which passed unanimously 

Claudia Hicks left the meeting 

7) Andrea Poppel - Scott HS 

Cookie Henson made a motion to 
deny the appeal Frank Welch seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously 

There being no further business, Ozz 
Jackson adjourned the meeting at 4 45 
p m 



Volleyball Assigner Needed For Lexington 



VOLLEYBALL MINUTES 



November 29, 1994 

The Volleyball Committee met on 
Tuesday Nov 29, 1994, at the KHSAA 
office in Lexington. Executive Assistant, 
Brigid L. DeVnes, called the meeting to 
order at 1:30 p m. Members present in- 
cluded John Smith, Katie Wesseling, 
Luci Cecil, Kim Gunning, Ron Kordes, 
Ken Garvey, John Bancroft and Jim 
Watkins. 

The first item on the agenda was 
the Officials' Division. It was felt that an 
Assigning Secretary for Central Kentucky 
was necessary, and if possible, in place 
for the 1995 season. Larry Boucher has 
approached the Local Policy Board on 
this issue already There was a concern 
from the Louisville area regarding offi- 
cials working scrimmages. Jim Watkins 
agreed to work with the officials' group 
to help with this situation. 

John Smith recommended that a 
discussion and comparison of the dif- 
ferent volleyball rules codes might be 
helpful during the mandatory high school 
clinics for coaches and officials. Ms. 
DeVries reported that work has begun 
on a Volleyball Officials' Training Film with 
footage taken of the officials during the 



state volleyball tournament this year 
Another goal in this area is to develop a 
Volleyball Manual which will include such 
things as officiating polices and proce- 
dures with an emphasis on training and 
development of new officials 

The next item was a discussion on 
the volleyball regional alignment The 
new Eighth Region alignment that went 
into place this year was well accepted 
by the schools participating in volleyball 
It was felt that with the exception of the 
Eighth, which is a little larger, no adjust- 
ment be made for the 1995 season 
However, the committee felt that down 
the road, volleyball might expand to in- 
clude district play when around 100 
schools are participating 

The 1994 State Volleyball Tourna- 
ment was the next item for discussion 
Ms DeVries thanked Luci Cecil and Katie 
Wesseling for all of their hard work in 
helping to coordinate details on this 
year's tournament in Northern Kentucky 
The coaches really liked the new 16- 
team format and schedule Coaches 
were also very complimentary of the fa- 
cilities at Ryle High School and Gray 
Middle School. Suggestions forthe 1995 
tournament include a change in the se- 
lections of the All-Tournament Team to 
be made by an independent committee. 
The State Volleyball Committee mem- 



bers will check to see if this procedure 
IS feasible and if they can secure enough 
people to agree to the committee rec- 
ommendation If this cannot be accom- 
plished then the current procedure will 
be followed. It was also recommended 
that the All-Tournament Team be ex- 
panded to 15 and included in that num- 
ber would be the most valuable player 
as the 15th player Ms DeVries will 
present this recommendation to the 
Board of Control 

Other suggestions included intro- 
ducing each member of the winning and 
runner-up teams during the closing cer- 
emonies at the end of the final match as 
they receive their medals There was a 
discussion regarding the site for the 
1995 Tournament which is scheduled 
to be in Louisville. Committee members 
suggested Bellarmine College or Sen- 
eca High School as possible sites. Jim 
Watkins, along with other Louisville com- 
mittee members, will work on the state 
site 

Miscellaneous items included a re- 
port by Ron Kordes on his Delegate As- 
sembly Proposal regarding the limita- 
tion of seasons. The proposal would 
increase the number of allowed tourna- 
ments from two to three This proposal 

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Delegate List For '95 Assembly Meeting 



Each member school was asked 
to designate its own delegate for the Febru- 
ary 9, 1995 Delegate Assembly meeting. The 
following schools replied as requested 
Those schools who did not reply need to con- 
tact the KHSAA, Anne Mays, immediately 

Adair Co. George Critz, Pr 

Allen Central David Bolen, AD 

Allen Co.-Scottsville Larry Gilbert, Pr. 

Anderson Co. Larry K Barnett, Pr 

Apollo Willis McClure, AD 

Assumption Carolyn Medley, AD 

Atherton Sandra Callatian, AD 

Augusta Larry Kelsch, Spt 

Ballard James R. Reuther, AD 

Ballard Memorial B.B Kendrick, AD 
Barbourville 

Bardstown Tom Hamilton, Pr 

Barren Co. Bobby Steenbergen, AD 

Batti Co. Roy C. Wright, AD 

Beechwood Bob Burnett, AD 

Belfry Paul Dotson, AD 
Bell Co. 

Bellevue Charles Coleman, AD 

Berea Stephen Riddle, AD 

Beth Haven Joe Bailey 
Bethlehem 

Betsy Layne William Newsome, Jr , AD 

Bishop Brossart Thomas Seither 

Boone Co Owen Hauck, AD 

Bourbon Co Kathy Johnston, AD 

Bowling Green Fred Carter, Pr 

Boyd Co David R Bayes, AD 
Boyle Co. 

Bracken Co Robert H Barr, Pr 

Breathitt Co James Turner, AD 
Breckinridge Co 

Brown Lenora Hay, Pr. 

Bryan Station Mona Chapman, AD 

Buckhorn Estill Neace, Coach 
Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 

Burgin Orin Simmerman, Pr 

Butler Kenneth Fnck, Pr 

Butler Co Randy Burden, AD 

Caldwell Co John Hina, Pr 

Calloway Co. Jerry F. Ainley, Pr 

Campbell Co. Tom Mohr, AD 

Campbellsville Chuck Vaughn, Pr. 

Carlisle Co. Dana H Rohrer, Pr 

Carroll Co. Randy Mefford, AD 

Casey Co. James Ellison 

Caverna Terry Martin, AD 

Cawood Tim Saylor, Asst. Pr. 
Central 

Central Hardin Dale Campbell, Pr 

Christian Acad. -Lou. Bill McKinley Dir 

Christian Co Wilton C Gant, AD 

Christian Fellowship Russell Rich, AD 

Clay Co. Mike White 
Clinton Co. 

Conner Robert Young 

Corbin Curt Hart, AD 

Cordia BK Coach Dook Combs 

Covington Catholic Mike Guidugli, AD 
Covington Latin 

Crittenden Co. Randy Congdon, Pr. 



Cumbertand 

Cumbertand Co David Wells, AD 

Danville Sam Harp, AD 

Daviess Co Bobby Majors, AD 

Dawson Springs Philip Back, Pr 

Dayton Stan Steidel, AD 

DeSales JimCahill,AD 

Deming Chuck Brown, Pr. 

Dilce Combs Ira Combs, AD 

Dixie Heights Don Afterkirk, AD 

Doss 

DuPont Manual Bob Jacobs, AD 

East Carter 

Eastern James A Sexton, Pr 

Edmonson Co David L Stice, Pr 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City Randy McCoy, Coach 

Elliott Co. 

Eminence Kenneth Gray, Pr. 

Estill Co. Steve Garrett, Pr. 

Evangel Christian 

Evarts 

Fairdale Steve Kinney, AD 

Fairview Johnda Conley. Pr. 

Feds Creek Don Bowling, Pr 

Fern Creek Bill Azevedo, AD 

Fleming Co. 

Fleming-Neon 

Fort Campbell Marshall Patterson, AD 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort Frank Miklavcic, AD 

Franklin Co. Gary W. Lawson, Asst Pr 

Franklin-Simpson Frank Cardwell, Pr 

Frederick Fraize Rick Lasley, AD 

Fulton City Arthur Moss, AD 

Fulton Co. 

Gallatin Co. Dorothy Perkins, AD 

Garrard Co Marshall Norton 

George Rogers Clark Guy Strong 

Glasgow 

Grant Co. Steve Simpson, AD 

Graves Co Don Jones, AD 

Grayson Co Arnold Hack 

Green Co. 

Greenup Co Rex Cooksey Asst Pr 

Greenwood 

Hancock Co HP Cowden, AD 

Harlan David R. Johnson, Pr. 

Harrison Co. Gary Dearborn, Pr. 

Harrodsburg Alvis Johnson, AD 

Hart Co 

Hazard Donald Mobelini, AD 

Heath Bill Bond, Pr 

Henderson Co Howard Crittenden, Pr. 

Henry Clay Sam Simpson, AD 

Henry Co. John Roberts, AD 

Heritage Bert Capel, AD 

Hickman Co. Doug Swindler, Pr 

Highlands George L. Frakes, Pr 

Highview Baptist Jeff Morrow, AD 

Holmes Ron Madrick, AD 

Holy Cross (Cov ) Patrick J. Ryan, AD 

Holy Cross (Lou.) Betty Dwyer, AD 

Holy Rosary Steve Miles, AD 

Hopkinsville Gary D. Satterfield, AD 

Iroquois Charles Daniel, AD 

Jackson City John Couch, AD 

Jackson Co. Billy Norris, AD 



Jeffersontown 
Jenkins 
Jessamine Co. 
Johnson Central 
June Buchanan 
Ky. Country Day 



Jeff Edvrards, AD 

Homer C Brown, Jr. 

Jim Scobee, AD 

Thomas Svrartz, Pr. 

Gary Gibson 

Ray Bauer, AD 



Ky. School f/t Blind 
Ky School f/t Deaf 

Knott Co. Central Hiram Bradley, AD 

Knox Central Larry W. Taylor, AD 

Lafayette Karen Vanover, AD 

LaRue Co. John Sullivan 

Lawrence Co Kenneth Sammons, AD 

Lee Co. Joe Morgan, AD 

Leslie Co Omus Shepherd, Pr 

Letcher Manis Blair, Coach 

Lewis Co. Gary Kidwell, AD 

Lex. Catholic Danny Haney, AD 
Lex. Christian 

Lincoln Co. Morris Stewart, AD 

Livingston Central Tom Counts, Pr 

Lloyd Memorial J.T Mullitan, AD 

Logan Co. Hugh McReynolds, AD 
Lone Oak 

Lou Collegiate Wendy Martin, AD 

Ludlow Glen Wise, AD 

Lynn Camp Larry Mills 
Lyon Co 

M.C. Napier Oramious Napier, Jr 

Madison Central Bill Fultz, Pr. 

Madison Southern Roy Evans, AD 

Madisonville-NH James Stevens, Pr 

Magoffin Co. Owen Lee Barnett, Pr. 

Male Jay Levine, AD 
Marion Co. Charlie Lampley Asst Pr 

Marshall Co. Doc Sanders, AD 

Mason Co. Fred Hester, AD 
Mayfield 

McCreary Central Jerry A. Stephens, AD 

McLean Co. Phil Carter, Pr. 

Meade Co. James DeVries, AD 

Menifee Co. Greg Howard 

Mercer Co. James E. Gash, Pr. 

Mercy Roy Bowling 
Metcalfe Co. 
Micah Christian 

Middlesboro Wayne Wilson, AD 

Millard Robert Wright, Pr. 

Millersburg Military Inst 
Model 

Monroe Co Sam Clark, AD 

Montgomery Co John Radjunas, Pr 

Monticello Wade Upchurch, AD 

Moore Robert Ball, AD 

Morgan Co. John Johnston, Pr. 

Muhlenberg North Jim Price, AD 

Muhlenberg South Randy Ursrey AD 

Murray Bill Wells, Pr. 

Nelson Co. Mark E. Brown, AD 

Newport James Weyer, AD 
Newport C. Catholic Bob Schneider, AD 

Nicholas Co. Ronald G. Baker, AD 

North Bullitt Everett Baker. AD 

North Hardin Kim Shaw, Pr 

North Laurel Walter Hulett, AD 

Notre Dame Kim Gunning, Asst. AD 

Ohio Co. Fred Harper, Pr. 
Oldham Co. Steve Lauterback, Asst AD 



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Oneida Baptist Inst. 


Oliver Hawkins 


Rowan Co. 


Martin Voiers, Pr 


Tates Creek 


Rick Phillips, AD 


Owen Co. Gran Mefford, Counselor 


Russell 




Taylor Co 




Owensboro 


Larry Moore, Pr 


Russell Co 


Larry Kinnett, AD 


Todd Co. Central 


Jim Young, Pr 


Owensboro Catholic 


Harold Staples 


Russellville 




Trigg Co 


Taylor Sparks, AD 


Owsley Co. 




Ryle 


Charles Holland, AD 


Trimble Co 


Garrett Bowling 


Paducah Tilghman 


Jack Haskins, AD 


Sacred Heart 


Donna B. Moir, AD 


Trinity (Lou.) 


Bruce Lynch, AD 


Paintsville 


Mark A Murray, Pr 


Sayre 




Trinity (Whitesville) 




Paris 




Scott 


Allen D. Rust, AD 


Union Co 




Paul Blazer 


Jerry Umberger, AD 


Scott Co. 


Bill Jones, Pr 


University Heights 


Jeff Jackson, AD 


Paul Dunbar 


Jon Akers, Pr 


Seneca 


Paul Callahan, AD 


Valley 


Steve Reed 


Pendleton Co. 


C. Steve Craig 


Shawnee 




Villa Madonna 




Phelps 


Ronald Preece, Pr 


Shelby Co. 


Rod V. Cloyd, AD 


Waggener 


Bob Stewart, AD 


Pike Co Central 


Roger Johnson, Pr 


Shelby Valley 




Walden 


Bunny Daugherty, AD 


Pikeville 


David Thomas 


Sheldon Clark 


John A. Haney Pr 


Walton-Verona 


John Reeves, AD 


Pineville Thomas A. Kelemen, Pr 


Silver Grove 


Steven R. Sigmon, AD 


Warren Central 


Joe Hood, AD 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Russ Kline, AD 


Simon Kenton 


Gerry Scaringi, AD 


Warren East 


Joe Marcum, AD 


Portland Christian 




Somerset 




Washington Co. 


Ron Wigglesworth, Pr 


Powell Co, 


Rick Hall, AD 


South Floyd 




Wayne Co. 


George 0. Horton, Pr 


Presentation 


Jim Protenic, AD 


South Hopkins 


Larry Woodward, Pr 


Webster Co 


Betsy Glover, Pr 


Prestonsburg 


Gary Hopkins, AD 


South Laurel 


G.J.Smith, AD 


West Carter 


Jim Webb 


Providence 


Ralph Edwards, Pr 


South Oldham 


Larry Phillips, AD 


West Hopkins 


Mike K Duncan, Pr 


Pulaski Co. 


David Fraley, AD 


Southern 


David Bennett, AD 


Western 




Pulaski Southwestern 


Tom Prater, AD 


Spencer Co. 


Steve Slaughter, AD 


Western Hills 


Michael McKenzie, Pr 


Raceland 




St. Camillus 


Richard W. Yaeger, AD 


Whitesburg 


David Boggs, Pr 


Red Bird 


John D Wilson 


St Francis 




Whitley Co 


Kenneth Powell, Pr 


Reidland Robert Vannerson, AD 


St. Henry 


Dan Kraemer, AD 


Williamsburg 


Jerry Hodges, Pr 


Riverside Christian 




St Mary 


Mary Lee Hendricks 


Williamstown 


Kirk Hamsley AD 


Rockcastle Co. 


David Perkins, AD 


St Patnck 


Lex Turner, AD 


Wolfe Co. 


Joe Robinson, AD 


Rose Hill Christian 




St Xavier 


Jerry Mayes, AD 


Woodford Co 


Steve Barnett, AD 



Committee Begins Cheerleading Review 



SPIRIT COMMITTEE MEETING 
November 17, 1994 

The State Cheerleading Spirit Com- 
mittee met on Nov. 17, 1994, at the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association 
in Lexington. The meeting was called to 
order by Brigid DeVries, Executive As- 
sistant at 2 p.m. Attending the meeting 
were Lucy Moore, Betsy Glover, Sharon 
Hatton and Richard Bedwell. Absent 
were Ann Upchurch and Gloria Compton. 

The first item on the agenda was a 
discussion and overview of the KHSAA 
Bylaws and Rules and their application 
to cheerleading at the high school level. 
Specific Bylaws that were reviewed in- 
cluded Bylaw 27 as it applies to require- 
ments for level I and level II coaches. 
Bylaw 6 Transfer Rule, Bylaw 28, Physi- 
cians Certificate and Parents Consent 
forms, Bylaw 38 on Amateur Awards and 
the KHSAA policy regarding insurance 
coverage and cheerleading activity. Ms. 
DeVries also discussed the Commission 
on Interscholastic Athletics' Report and 
the areas of concerns regarding cheer- 
ing presented by the Commission. 

The next agenda item was a Na- 
tional Federation update Luci Moore is 
a member of the National Federation 
Spirit Committee and she presented a 
report on the Spirit Rules and gave a 
national perspective on cheerleading, as 



well as related activities such as drill 
team, etc. 

Ms DeVries began discussion on 
the current issues facing cheerleading 
They are Sports Medicine, Safety, Limi- 
tation of Season, and Competition Sub- 
committees were formed to study these 
issues and their application to 
cheerleading. Committee Members will 
report back to the Full Committee at the 
next meeting The committees and chair- 
person are as follows 

Sports Medicine - Betsy Glover, 
Brigid DeVries 

Safety - Luci Moore 

Competition - Ann Upchurch, 
Richard Bedwell 

Limitation of Seasons - Betsy Glover 

Committee chairpersons were in- 
vited to choose anyone they wish to work 
With them on these issues as they for- 
mulate recommendations to the full 
committee. 

Goals for the cheerleading commit- 
tee include providing a forum for infor- 
mation exchange and increased commu- 
nication between the KHSAA and the 
cheer coaches regarding the regulations 
that apply to them. This would include 
KHSAA Rules as well as National Fed- 
eration Spint Rules. Other projects in- 
clude formulating an extensive report 
beginning with the sub-committee re- 
search in the aforementioned areas In 
addition, the committee recommended 
we conduct a fact gathering sun/ey re- 
garding practice sessions, camps, par- 



ticipation, competition, length of season, 
and other related areas 

The committee will be expanded 
prior to the next meeting to include mem- 
bers who are not associated with any 
cheerleading organizations. A length of 
term will be set to allow for rotation on 
and off the committee to accommodate 
additional people who may like to serve. 

The Committee Members were 
thanked for their willingness to serve on 
the committee. There being no further 
business the meeting was adjourned. 




A cheerleader helped lead her team 
during the Boys' Sweet 16 last March. 
Dunbar won the cheering title. 



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Football Ad Hoc Committee Results 



FOOTBALL MINUTES 



October 19, 1994 

The Board of Control/Football 
Coaches' Advisory Committee met at the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion on Wednesday, October 19, 1994. 
All members of the Committee were 
present, as well as Board of Control Foot- 
ball Committee Chairman, Ozz Jackson 
and Business Affairs Director, Julian 
Tackett, the KHSAA Staff Liaison for foot- 
ball. 

The first action of the committee was 
to acknowledge the presence of Mike 
McCoy, head football coach at Eastern 
High School, Louisville, who will fill the 
spot vacated by the former coach at Lou- 
isville Central. 

First on the agenda was a presenta- 
tion of the materials that were given to 
the members of the committee prior to 
the meeting, including a packet of infor- 
mation mailed to the member schools, a 
tentative draft of the proposed alignment 
and a summary of all changes requested 
by member schools since the alignment 
was distributed by the Board of Control. 

The first response was from Steve 
Fromeyer, Head Football Coach Emi- 
nence High School, recommending an 
alternative for schools not competing for 
the district. The recommendation was to 
give these non-competing schools an 
extension of the season by one game and 
allow the two Class A teams with the best 
record to have a post season game. Mr. 
Fromeyer presented this suggestion and 
asked for the Committee's support. 

The next non-member wishing to 
speak to the committee was Kathy Hop- 
per, Principal at Waggener High School, 
who represented a group of four schools 
in Jefferson County who have formerly 
been classified as Class AAAA who now 
desire to participate in Class AAA. The 
enrollment of these schools qualified 
them for AAA status and the schools had 
chosen not to play AAAA with the remain- 
der of Jefferson County Ms. Hopper's 
purpose was to inform the committee the 
rationale of the decision of the four 
schools and express her wish that there 
be as little disruption as possible to in- 
corporate these schools into the align- 
ment. She also presented a proposal for 
those four schools to be classified with 
South Oldham, Oldham County, North 
Bullitt and Bullitt Central into a district. 
This request was signed by each of the 
other schools 

Following Ms. Hopper's presenta- 
tion, Mr. Tackett went through each re- 



KHSAA Football Coaches Advisory 


Committee Members 


Coach Rodney Bushong 


Heath 


Coach Steve Frommeyer 


Eminence 


Coach Sam Harp 


Danville 


Coach Owen Hauck 


Boone County 


Coach Phillip Haywood 


Belfry 


Coach Dudley Hilton 


Bell County 


Coach Alvis Johnson 


Harrodsburg 


Coach George Lynch 


Elizabethtown 


Coach Mike McCoy 


Eastern 


Coach Gerald Poynter 


Owensboro 




Board of Control Liaison 


Ozz Jackson, A. D. 


Whitesburg 




KHSAA Staff Contact 


Julian Tackett 


Football Rules Interpreter 



quest that had been made from mem- 
ber schools for changes to the draft 
alignment and presented them to the Ad 
Hoc Committee for their reaction. It was 
the consensus of the group that they 
would hear all the proposed changes 
before taking action on any of the re- 
quests. 

The next item of discussion cen- 
tered around the enrollment figures 
used in classifying schools. Different 
from previous years, the Football Advi- 
sory Committee had recommended and 
the Board of Control had accepted the 
use of the top four grade enrollment 
numbers to classify schools for playing 
in football districts. The issue at hand 
was the counting of Special Education 
students. In prior years, 75% of the stu- 
dents reported as Special Education 
were factored into the school's total en- 
rollment This was primarily due to the 
fact that only the top three grades would 
be utilized With all four grades being 
utilized, it was the consensus of the com- 
mittee that all four grades (boys and 
girls, as well as all reported Special Edu- 
cation students) would be included in 
the total enrollment of every school prior 
to any classification decision. It had been 
suggested by representatives of the 
Department of Education to only count 
fifty percent of the Special Education to 
lessen the impact of the inconsistency 
in reporting special education students. 
A motion was made by Owen Hauck, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that all stu- 
dents (100%) in the affected area be 
counted prior to classifying a school. The 



motion passed 7-3. The committee then 
directed Mr Tackett to report back the 
number of schools that would be affected 
by the inclusion of all Special Education 
students in terms of enrollment figures. 

The next subject for discussion was 
concerning a school's ability to play in a 
higher classification. It was unanimous 
agreement of the committee that 
schools would be permitted, upon vol- 
untary application, to play in a higher clas- 
sification than it enrollment would place 
them The motion was made by Alvis 
Johnson to recommend this to the full 
Board of Control, seconded by Owen 
Hauck and passed by a 10-0 margin. 

While reviewing the requested 
changes by the member schools, there 
was some discussion on the request by 
Raceland High School to allow tourna- 
ment play in football to be cross-brack- 
eted within each region, thereby allow- 
ing for alternation of opponents. Follow- 
ing this lengthy discussion, Sam Harp 
moved, seconded by Gerald Poynter, that 
in all classes and in all regions the win- 
ners within the regional tournament 
would play within the current format. For 
the semifinal games in all classes, the 
Region 1 winner would play the Region 
2 winner and Region 3 play Region 4. 
The motion to recommend this to the 
Board of Control passed 10-0. 

Following a short break to allow for 
enrollment adjustments, and after con- 
sideration of all requested changes sub- 
mitted by the schools, a class by class 
discussion was held. It was the feeling 
of the committee that the published 



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bounds of the classes needed to have 
slight adjustments to allow for the inclu- 
sion of 100% of special education stu- 
dents. The adjustments set the bound- 
aries of Class A 0-570. During the dis- 
cussion of Class A, Hancock County 
High School's request to move from 
Class A to Class AA was discussed by 
the committee. While all other requests 
to play in a higher class had been hon- 
ored, the KHSAA staff had been hesitant 
Hancock County's request due to the fact 
that it would leave four teams in the Class 
A district. However, it was the unanimous 
consent of the committee that Hancock 
County's request be honored. Dudley 
Hilton made a motion to honor the re- 
quest, George Lynch seconded. Motion 
passed 10-0. Hancock County will be 
placed in the appropriate district in Class 
AA. After further discussion of the Class 
A alignment and considering any nec- 
essary changes from requests for play- 
ing in a high classification, a motion by 
Alvis Johnson, seconded by Owen Hauk, 
that the draft alignment for Class A be 
approved as recommended by this com- 
mittee and forward to the Board of Con- 
trol Football Committee for adoption 
Motion carried 10-0. 

The next item for discussion of the 
Class AA alignment. Following discus- 
sion of the enrollment figures, the 
bounds for Class AA were recom- 
mended to be changed to allow schools 
who have between 571-860 total stu- 
dents be allowed to play in Class AA foot- 
ball. Following the distribution of the 
draft, Hart County High School had made 
a request to change districts within 
Class AA. After discussion of this re- 
quest, it was the decision of the commit- 
tee to recommend that Hart County be 
placed in Region 2, District 2 of Class 
AA. Justification for this recommenda- 
tion was a balancing of the number of 
teams in each district to allow for com- 
petitive and scheduling fairness. The 
motion was made by Alvis Johnson, sec- 
onded by Owen Hauck and the motion 
passed 10-0. After other requests to 
move within Class AA were discussed, 
it was the motion of George Lynch, sec- 
onded by Sam Harp to accept the draft 
alignment for Class AA, including all 
schools who had requested to play up 
Motion passed 10-0. 

Discussion of Class AAA was next 
on the agenda. Following consideration, 
the bounds for Class AAA were set at 
861-1220 students. There was discus- 
sion regarding many potential changes 
in alignment and with consideration and 
knowledge of the fact that Jessamine 
County will be opening a new school in 
1996-97, the motion was made by Alvis 
Johnson, seconded by Sam Harp to ac- 
cept and distribute the proposed Class 



AAA alignment. Motion passed 9-1. 

The last classification to be dis- 
cussed was Class AAAA which will in- 
clude all schools with an enrollment of 
1221 and above, as well as the 20 
schools in Jefferson County who have 
requested to continue to play in Class 
AAAA, a number of which would qualify 
for Class AAA or below There was con- 
siderable discussion regarding Region 
4 as it relates to the geographic place- 
ment of Scott County High School Pro- 
posals have been submitted by Bryan 
Station, Lafayette and Tates Creek as to 
differing alternatives for alignment of the 
district. It was decided that US 60 could 
be used as the rough dividing line for 
the north and south and allow the five 
Lexington schools to compete in sepa- 
rate districts. The motion was made by 
Steve Fromeyer, seconded by George 
Lynch that the Lexington schools be di- 
vided by US 60 and that Boone County, 
Campbell County, George Rogers Clark, 
Bryan Station, Henry Clay and Scott 
County be placed in District 1 - Tates 
Creek, Lafayette, Paul Laurence Dunbar, 
Perry Central, North Laurel, Madison 
Central and Jessamine County be place 
in District 2. This motion passed 10-0 
with the notation from all committee 
members that geography was the only 
reason for this alignment. Following this 
amendment, a motion was made by 
George Lynch, seconded by Owen 
Hauck that the draft alignment, as 
amended, would be submitted to the 
Board of Control for their approval. Mo- 
tion passed 10-0. 

Mr, Tackett informed the committee 
members, echoed by Mr Jackson, that 
the draft alignment will be submitted to 
the Football Advisory Committee of the 
Board of Control and the Ad Hoc Foot- 
ball Committee by fax as soon as avail- 
able, but it is not to be released to the 
general public until Tuesday October 25, 
1994. A mailing to the member schools 
on October 21st will allow them to re- 
ceive their notification of the alignment 
prior to its publication with any news 
media outlet. 

Mr. Jackson thanked the committee 
members for their outstanding service 
and their time taken by the four meet- 
ings which have been held. Mr. Johnson, 
while expressing his thoughts that the 
original alignment should have been 
submitted to the committee prior to its 
release to the media, acknowledged that 
the media's presence at the last Board 
of Control meeting necessitated its re- 
lease. 

Committee members then dis- 
cussed other topics relevant to football 
and its problems. Owen Hauck submit- 
ted a problem within Class AAAA 
whereby a decision 



to rectify a previous situation of Jefferson 
County schools alternating had impacted 
his school when a subsequent decision 
was made to correct it He again ex- 
pressed his concern over any exception 
within the play off bracketing. Mr. 
Fromeyer asked for support of the com- 
mittee on his proposal to try to place 
before the Board of Control an alterna- 
tive which would allow for the non-com- 
peting schools to have some form of post 
season playoff. Mr. Haywood and Mr. 
Hilton echoed the sentiment of many 
committee members in stating that all 
schools realize that geographic bound- 
aries were the primary factor in making 
any alignment decision and that the 
committee did not factor in traditional 
strength, strength of schedule, history or 
performance on the field Mr. McCoy 
thanked the committee for the opportu- 
nity of serving with them and looked for- 
ward to working with them in the future. 

Mr Tackett then summarized a few 
items he wished the Coaches' Associa- 
tion to address, including the schedul- 
ing of home football games at 7:30 PM 
when possible which would allow for 
maximum media coverage, the prob- 
lems with holding the Coaches' Asso- 
ciation meeting on site during the finals 
and the possibility of designating cer- 
tain weeks for district competition. It was 
the sentiment of the committee that due 
to traditional scheduling obligations, the 
scheduling of district games was better 
left to the individual schools. Mandatory 
dates would probably cause more prob- 
lems He also requested that the 
Coaches' Association remind each in- 
dividual school to designate the local 
officials' association to service the game 
when signing football game contracts. 
Mr Hilton relayed his feeling that a blind 
draw for the semifinals might create ad- 
ditional interest in football, but was re- 
minded that the Football Coaches' As- 
sociation had considered this idea in the 
past several years and had been soundly 
defeated. 

There being no further business to 
come before the Committee, Mr Tackett 
declared the meeting adjourned at 12:15 
PM, He thanked all members for their 
service and reminded them of the need 
not to release any information until the 
appropriate time and asked for fax num- 
bers so information could be sent to 
committee members as quickly as pos- 
sible 



FOOTBALL COACHES/A.D.S 

With realignment approved, 

teams are in desperate need of 

football games for the 1995 

season. For OPEN DATES, 

see page 22 



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Committee Sends Alignment To Full Board 



FOOTBALL MINUTES 



NOVEMBER 9, 1994 

The Board of Control football com- 
mittee meeting was called to order at 10 
am., Nov. 9, 1994 by Chairman Ozz Jack- 
son Members present were Tasso Har- 
ris, Grant Talbott, and Frank Welch 
Wendell Thomas had called earlier ex- 
pressing regrets about a last minute 
conflict and could not make the meet- 
ing. Also present for the meeting were 
Business Affairs Director Julian Tackett, 
Board of Control member Teresa Isaac, 
a non-voting member of the committee, 
Jim Watkins, director of athletics for 
Jefferson County Schools, and KHSAA 
staff members Ken Tippett and Brooks 
Downing. 

The first agenda item was to review 
the minutes of the football coaches' 
committee. Mr. Jackson detailed the 
minutes of the committee meeting of Oct 
19, alignment considerations and other 
issues related to football The committee 
was formed to consider the 1 995 realign- 
ment, but this committee will remain in- 
tact to advise on playoff issues and other 
concerns of the KHSAA football program 
Three items were noted in the minutes 
of the meeting of the coaches commit- 
tee. First, by a 7-3 vote, the committee 
had recommended to the Board's foot- 
ball committee that 100% of all special 
education students be counted when 
considering enrollment The second 
was a motion that was approved 10-0 
that schools continue to be allowed to 
play up. The third discussion regarded 
the cross-bracketing possibility in the 
semifinal games be denied and that 
straight-bracketing be utilized in all 
classes The coaches had recom- 
mended the change by a 10-0 vote. 

The second item of discussion was 
enrollment counting for non-ninth-grade 
schools. Mr Tackett informed the com- 
mittee that through the process, it had 
been discovered that there were six 
schools that did not have freshman in 
the same building, but had ninth-grad- 
ers participating in their football program 
from a single feeding middle school and 
that following the draft alignment, these 
ninth-graders had been factored into the 
enrollment for East Carter, Central 
Hardin, Henderson County, Lewis 
County, Russell County, and West Carter, 
Tasso Harris moved, seconded by Frank 
Welch, that these enrollment numbers 
be adjusted to where all KHSAA mem- 
ber schools were classified on the same 
number of grades. Motion earned 4-0. 



A lengthy discussion then ensued 
regarding the counting of special edu- 
cation students Mr Tackett advised the 
Committee that the Department of Edu- 
cation personnel had recommended 
counting 50% of the special education 
students due to the varied nature of re- 
porting. However, he also reported that 
the coaches' committee had recom- 
mended 7-3 that 100% of special edu- 
cation students count. After consider- 
able debate and discussion, it was the 
motion of Grant Talbott, seconded by 
Tasso Harris, that 100% of special edu- 
cation students count to remove any in- 
consistencies in the classification num- 
bers This motion passed by a vote of 4- 


The next item on the agenda was 
the playoff format particularly for the 
semifinal rounds and all rounds of the 
playoffs as it relates to the coaches' rec- 
ommendation that all bracketing be 
straight It was a discussion of the com- 
mittee, followed by a motion by Frank 
Welch with a second from Grant Talbott, 
that Jefferson County, Regions II and 111 
of Class AAAA, continue to cross brack- 
ets in alternate years for their playoff 
games. This decision would have little 
impact on the rest of the state and staff 
was directed to work out the site prob- 
lems which may have resulted for the 
cross-bracketing The motion passed 
4-0 All other classes and all other re- 
gions will remain as they are in the 1994- 
95 KHSAA football tournament rules for 
postseason brackets 

The proposed alignment was then 
presented as an item of discussion 
The first action by the committee was to 
resolve the issue of schools playing up 
to a higher classification. It was a mo- 
tion of Tasso Harris, seconded by Frank 
Welch, that tournament rule C (1) in the 
KHSAA Handbook not be altered, and 
that schools be allowed to play up to a 
different classification upon voluntary 
request of the principal of the school in 
an even-numbered year to go in effect 
for the next odd-numbered season It 
was noted that this rule does require 
schools to remain in the higher classifi- 
cation for four full years. The motion car- 
ried. 

The alignment was then presented 
and specific issues addressed from the 
draft. The alignment, which was attached 
to the minutes, shows only a handful of 
changes from the draft presented. In 
Class AA, Washington County's request 
to move from Region 3, District 1 to Re- 
gion 2, District 2 was approved. In Class 
AAA, Clay County moves from Region 4, 
District 1 to Region 4, District 2 while 



Johnson Central moves from Region 4, 
District 2 to Region 3, District 2. This 
allows for a balancing of the districts and 
answers a geographic concern by a 
couple of the member schools. 

In Class AAAA, the proposal as sub- 
mitted was amended to place Lafayette 
High School from Region 4, District 2 to 
Region 4, District 1 and move George 
Rogers Clark from Region 4, District 1 
to Region 4, District 2 After these 
amendments were discussed, a motion 
was made by Frank Welch, seconded 
by Grant Talbott that the alignment as 
amended be approved and recom- 
mended to the full Board for adoption at 
its meeting on Dec. 3 The motion 
passed 4-0. 

The next item was a consideration 
of what could be done for schools want- 
ing to appeal It was the consensus of 
the committee and a vote of 4-0 on a 
motion by Tasso Harris, seconded by 
Grant Talbott, that the football alignment 
adoption be an agenda item for the Board 
in December and no specific provisions 
be made for schools desiring to appeal. 
It was noted by the committee that 
schools have had ample opportunity to 
utilize the process for concerns to be 
addressed It was also a consensus of 
the committee that many of the requests 
had been granted and that the process 
had been very successful. 

There was a standing item in the 
football committee regarding a survey on 
8-man football that was deferred until 
adoption of alignment Tasso Harris 
moved, seconded by Ozz Jackson, that 
the survey be done of schools that are 
not playing football to determine their 
interest in 8-man football. This motion 
passed for 4-0 

A proposal, presented by Steve 
Frommeyer of Eminence High School, 
was then discussed to allow for an 
amendment of limitation of seasons to 
allow schools not competing for the dis- 
trict championship to play an additional 
football game following the end of the 
regular season. After considerable dis- 
cussion including assertions that this 
was not feasible, it was Grant Talbott's 
motion, seconded by Frank Welch, that 
the request be denied. 

Revenue sharing was then dis- 
cussed as It relates to postseason play 
and as it relates to expenses paid to 
teams during playoff travel. While taking 
no formal action, the committee directed 
staff to continue development of a 
manual for football playoff games and to 
address particular concerns of the finan- 

{Contlnued,Page18) 



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1995 Approved Football Alignment 



The following is football alignment was approved by the full 
Board of Control at is meeting on Dec. 3, 1994 in Louisville. 
Enrollment figures were used for classification of each team 
and are based on four-grade enrollments. 

CLASS A (0-570) 

Reg. 1, District 1 - Ballard Memorial, Fulton City, Fulton Co , 

Mayfield, Murray 

Reg. 1,2- Crittenden Co., Russellville, Todd Co. Central, Trigg 

Co. Reg. 2, 1 - Bardstown, Campbellsville, Caverna, Green 

Co , Metcalfe Co. 

Reg. 2, 2 - Frankfort, Garrard Co , Harrodsburg, Henry Co , 

Lexington Catholic, Paris 

Reg. 3, 1 - Beechwood, Bellevue, Carroll Co , Dayton, Ludlow, 

Newport Central Catholic, Owen Co. 

Reg. 3, 2 - Bath Co , Berea, Fairview, Nicholas Co., Paintsville, 

Raceland 

Reg. 4, 1 - Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Lynn Camp, 

Middlesboro, Pineville, Williamsburg 

Reg. 4, 2 - Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Hazard, Jenkins, 

Phelps, Pikeville, South Floyd 

CLASS AA (571 -860) 

Reg. 1,1- Caldwell Co , Fort Campbell, Heath, Reidland, 
South Hopkins, Webster Co 

Reg. 1,2- Breckinridge County, Butler Co , Edmonson Co., 
Hancock Co., McLean Co , Muhlenberg South, Owensboro 
Catholic 

Reg. 2, 1 - Adair Co , Allen Co.-Scottsville, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Monroe Co , Russell Co 

Reg. 2, 2 - Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Hart County, 
LaRue Co., Taylor Co., Washington Co 
Reg. 3, 1 - Anderson Co., Boyle Co., Casey Co., Danville, 
Mercer Co., Western Hills 

Reg. 3, 2 - Corbin, Estill Co., Madison Southern, Rockcastle 
Co., Somerset, Wayne Co. 

Reg. 4, 1 - East Carter, Fleming Co , Lewis Co , Lloyd Memo- 
rial, Mason Co., Newport, Russell, West Carter 
Reg. 4, 2 - Allen Central, Betsy Layne, Breathitt Co., Morgan 
Co., Powell Co., Prestonsburg, Whitesburg 



CLASS AAA (861-1225) 

Reg. 1,1- Calloway Co., Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Union Co. 

Reg 1, 2 - Barren Co., Bowling Green, Greenwood, 
Muhlenberg North, Owensboro, Warren Central, Warren East 
Reg. 2, 1 - Atherton, Bullitt Central, Marion Co., Moore, North 
Bullitt, Oldham Co , Shawnee, South Oldham, Waggener 
Reg. 2, 2 - Bourbon Co , Franklin Co , Grant Co , Harrison Co , 
Lincoln Co., Montgomery Co , Woodford Co. 
Reg 3, 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, High- 
lands, Holmes, Ryle, Scott, Simon Kenton 
Reg. 3, 2 - Boyd Co., Greenup Co., Lawrence Co., Magoffin 
Co., Paul Blazer, Rowan Co 

Reg. 4, 1 - Bell Co., Cawood, Knox Central, Pulaski Co., 
Pulaski Southwestern, South Laurel, Whitley Co 
Reg. 4, 2 - Belfry, Clay Co., Knott Co. Central, Johnson Central, 
Leslie Co., Pike Co. Central, Sheldon Clark, Shelby Valley 

CLASS AAAA (1226 and up) 

Reg. 1, 1 - Apollo, Christian Co , Daviess Co , Graves Co , 

Henderson Co , Madisonvllle-North Hopkins, Marshall Co 

Reg 1,2- Central Hardin, Grayson Co , Meade Co , Nelson 

Co., North Hardin, Ohio Co., Shelby Co, 

Reg. 2, 1 - Butler, Holy Cross(Louisville), Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Valley Western 

Reg. 2, 2 - DuPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, Seneca, St. 

Xavier 

Reg. 3, 1 - DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Southern 

Reg. 3, 2 - Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity 

(Louisville) 

Reg 4, 1 - Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell Co., George 

Rogers Clark, Henry Clay Scott Co 

Reg. 4, 2 - Jessamine Co , Lafayette, Madison Central, North 

Laurel, Paul Dunbar, Perry Co, Central, Tates Creek 

Not Competing for District (and year eligible to return to proper 
class) Eminence (1997), Ky Country Day (1997), KSD (1997), 
Logan Co. (1997), McCreary Central (1997) 




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For further Information call 816-464-5400. 




D I plan to attend the national conference in Washington, O.C. July 14-18, 1995. 



JANUARY 1995 



D.C. Coach Tees It Up For Care Award 



COACHES CARE 
AWARD 

CHICAGO, III. - Willie Stewart 
is the head football coach at Anacostia 
High School in Washington, D C , and a 
beacon of hope for nnany of the young 
men who play for him For the past 13 
years, Coach Stewart has worked tire- 
lessly to help his athletes overcome an 
environment filled with poverty, street vio- 
lence, single-parent homes and too few 
role models 

"My high school football coach 
was always there for me, guiding me and 
keeping me on the straight and narrow," 
explained Stewart, a graduate of Dunbar 
High School, also located in the heart of 
D C "I think It's only fair to give back to 
the system what I took out of it " 

But Coach Stewart goes well 
above and beyond what's expected of a 
high school coach 

Athletic trainers and other col- 
leagues in Washington tell stories of 
Stewart walking players home from 
school to keep drug dealers from recruit- 
ing them, sharing his home with troubled 
youths who require positive reinforce- 
ment: and spending volumes of his per- 
sonal time pursuing scholarstiips and 
financial aid for his athletes 

"Willie worked at the Art Monk 
Football Camp last year," said Chad 
Bollweg, Executive Director of the camp 
named after the longtime Washington 
Redskins' wide receiver "Instead of ac- 
cepting financial compensation, he used 
the money to pay the camp registration 
fee for two of his athletes " 

Coach Stewart also happens to 
be the most successful football coach 
right now in the City League, with six city 
championships under his belt But his 
victories on the field pale next to his 
achievements with his athletes 

"I use football as an educational 
backdrop for life," explained Stewart, a 
marketing teacher and graduate of Eliza- 
beth City State College in North Caro- 
lina "Life has many ups and downs But 
the bottom line is that you have to learn 
as much as you can from your experi- 
ences in life, whether they're positive or 
negative" 

Many of Stewart's athletes have 
taken his advice. Three of his Anacostia 
graduates play professional football and 



many others have re- 
ceived scholarships. 

"It's great 
when players come 
back to Anacostia 
from college or the 
pros because it in- 
spires our kids to 
work harder to emu- 
late their success," 
Stewart said. "I be- 
lieve that each and 
every one of my ath- 
letes can find suc- 
cess if they make the 
commitment athleti- 
cally and academi- 
cally" 

And like 
thousands of other 
high school coaches 
across the United 
States. Coach Willie 
Stewart is providing 
young people with the 
guidance and en- 
couragement they 
need to find that suc- 
cess 

The Gator- 
ade Company hon- 
ors more than 100 
high school coaches 
each year with 
Coaches Care dis- 
tinction To nominate a deserving coach, 
please write for an application to 




Willie Stewart, head football coach at Anacostia High in 
Washington, D.C, believes that every one of his ath- 
letes can find success if they make the commitment. 



Coaches Care, PO Box 194, Hinsdale, 
IL 60522-0194 



The national spotlight has 
shone this past year on hundreds of 
coaches who bring happiness and ful- 
fillment into young people's lives. The 
Coaches Care Program was created by 
the Gatorade Company in 1990 to rec- 
ognize outstanding coaches who provide 
young people with new opportunities and 
positive life experiences. Whether it's 
giving words of encouragement from the 
sidelines or offering teens an alterna- 
tive to life on the streets, all of these 
coaches, and thousands more like them, 
have contributed to the lives of their high 
school athletes in some very special 
way 

Please join us in congratulat- 
ing the following honor roll of Kentuck- 
ians for giving so much of themselves to 
enhance the lives of others. 



Michael Barren, Softball Coach 
Paul Laurence Dunbar 

Ron Bevars, Basketball Coach 
North Hardin 

Frank Cooper, Track/XCountry Coach 
St Xavier 

Jeff Doom, Basketball/Softball Coach 
Lyon County 

Tony Hopper, Basketball Coach 
Muhlenberg North 

Jack Kaelin, Cross Country Coach 
Covington Catholic 

Jim Ploesser, Wrestling/Track Coach 
Hopkinsville 



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JANUARY 1995 



Fighting IVIust Be Stopped 
In All KHSAA Games 



By Larry Boucher 
KHSAA Officials" Division 

I want to share a concern I have had 
for some time at the high school level. It 
involves the issue of sportsmanship -- 
fighting in particular. There is no one 
more concerned about the adverse di- 
rection our games of basketball, football, 
soccer, etc. is taking than I. 

There is no place in athletics for fight- 
ing, taunting, baiting, etc., and quite 
frankly, I am of the grovi'ing opinion that if 
it is to be stopped - our officials are the 
ones who must do it. I would say 99% of 
our coaches also want it stopped. 

I would recommend to all the officals 
to take control and have the courage to 
enforce our sportsmanship rule. I would 
hasten to add, as a former official, that 
your problems might be diminished if 
the tone for your control is established 
early in the game. Sometimes, it is too 
late, before we decide to regain the un- 
controllable. 

In addition, a growing problem is that 
we all too often want to solve these prob- 
lems by eliminating or ejecting everyone 
in sight. As an official, you are paid to 
perform the job and your job is to protect 
the player trying to protect themselves 
as well as punish the individual who 
pursues a fight. It does not stand to rea- 
son that a player must allow himself to 
be mutilated in order to avoid being 
thrown out of a game for fighting. 

Be alert and observant and punish 
those who instigate fights and avoid 
ejecting those who are trying to do ev- 
erything short of losing their life to avoid 
t. Review the rules and their significant 
mpact on a player or coach and penal- 



ize those who should be penalized and 
protect those who are trying to avoid 
fights. 

And don't forget to report all ejec- 
tions to the KHSAA immediately! 

Officials' Banquet 

We will have our 2nd Officials' 
Awards Banquet on March 18,1 995. The 
banquet will be held at the KHSAA Head- 
quarters on that Saturday afternoon be- 
tween the semifinals and finals of the 
Boys' Sweet Sixteen Basketball Tourna- 
ment. 

A social hour with entertainment will 
begin at 3 p.m. (ET) with a buffet meal 
and awards presentation beginning 
around 4:15 p.m. Soft drinks are pro- 
vided and dress is casual. 

It will be almost identical to the one 
we had in 1993 when nearly 115 people 
attended. Outstanding official nominees 
will be identified and winners will be rec- 
ognized at the banquet. 

Admittance is FREE with your official's 
I.D. card and you are allowed to bring 
one free guest. In order to provide the 
caterer with an accurate estimate of 
those attending, please fill out the appli- 
cation at the bottom of the page and re- 
turn to us no later than March 1, 1995 

Officials' Jackets 

The KHSAA adopted black jackets 
are now available. You may order one 
for $52.50 through Kentucky Textiles of 
Paris, Ky , by calling (606) 987-5228 This 
jacket will be the official jacket worn in 
all our championship events which cur- 
rently require a jacket to be worn. The 
price includes the official patch as well 
as shipping and handling. 



1995 OFFICIALS AWARDS BANQUET 



Please complete this form, clip and return by March 1, 1995. to KHSAA Awards 
Banquet, 2280 Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505, or fax this form to (606) 
293-5999 



Name 



Address 


City, State, Zip 


Phone 


Will you be bringing a guesf 


n Yes 


D No 



Volleyball Minutes 

(From Page 9) 

will be voted on at the Delegate Assem- 
bly meeting in Louisville Feb. 9, 1995. 

There was a concern about the Na- 
tional Federation Rule regarding "cover- 
ings" on braces, especially on some of 
the new appliances that are on the mar- 
ket. Ms. DeVries recommended those 
coaches and officials who are participat- 
ing in the Federation's Volleyball Survey 
recommend that as a possible change. 

John Bancroft recommended that 
the KHSAA do an interest sun/ey regard- 
ing boys' volleyball. Ms. DeVries said 
she will discuss this recommendation 
at the next meeting of the Board of Con- 
trol. There being no further business, 
the meeting was adjourned. 

Board's Football Minutes 

(From Page 14) 

cial arrangements in that manual to be 
presented to the Board at the January or 
March meeting of the Board of Control. 

The final item was the procedure to 
be utilized for the release of the align- 
ment It was the committee's consen- 
sus that the proposal be sent to the 
schools on Thursday Nov. 10, 1994 with 
a cover letter detailing the actions of the 
football committee and the actions that 
had been taken and a copy of the align- 
ment. The proposal is to be released to 
the media at 2 p.m., Nov. 14, to allow 
schools ample time to receive it. 

Being no further action. Chairman 
Jackson adjourned the meeting at 12:05 
p.m. and will issue the full report to the 
Board of Control Dec. 2 and 3, 1994. 



1994-95 Track Committee 

Here is a revised list of this year's 
track committee: 



Barry Binkley 
Gordon Bocock 
Bro. Borgia Bngandi 
Tim Estes 
John Gettler 
Jack Keller 
Alice Leigh 
Jay Levine 
Frank Miklavcic 
Bill Patton 
Tony Rowe 
Charlie Ruter 
Jeff Saylor 
Augie Schiller 
Dave Shufelt 
Bob Stacey 
Duane Stewart 
Jean Wright 



Dayton 
Pulaski Co. 
St. Xavier 
Webster Co 
Lexington, Ky 
Ludlow 
Russell 
Male 
Frankfort 
Berea 

Daviess Co. 
Louisville, Ky 
Bell Co. 
Pad. Tilghman 
Ft. Knox 
Boyd Co 
Bourbon Co. 
Frankfort, Ky 



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1994-95 Rule Interpretations 



SWIMMING 



SITUATION #1: When a meet is timed 
with 3 different systems, what is the or- 
der for the system used to establish the 
official time? 

RULING: The priority of timing systems 
is: 1 the automatic (touch pad) system, 
2. the back-up button (semi-automatic) 
system: and 3. the stopwatch (manual) 
system. (2-7-8) 

SITUATION #2: The number of exhibition 
divers is limited so that the total comple- 
ment of divers does not exceed the num- 
ber of swimming lanes in the pool 
RULING: Correct procedure 
COMMENT: Allowing more than the des- 
ignated number of divers may unduly ex- 
tend the duration of the meet It is appro- 
priate to permit a full event, however, 
even if some are exhibition entries (3-1- 
2, 3-2-la, 9-3-1) 

SITUATION #3: In a dual meet conducted 
in a 6-lane pool. Team A finishes 1-2-3 
and Team B finishes 4-5-6 in the 200 
freestyle relay Team A receives 12 points 
and Team B scores 2 points, 
RULING: Correct procedure. 
COMMENT: A team may only score 2 
places in the relay events Therefore 
Team B shall receive the third-place point 
although it finished fourth (3-1-2 Note, 
7-1-2a) 

SITUATION #4: In a championship meet 
the coach enters a swimmer in two indi- 
vidual events and lists the same swim- 
mer for all three relays As the meet 
progresses the swimmer swims two 
individual events and the first two relays 
including the 200 freestyle relay The 200 
freestyle relay does not advance to the 
finals so the coach enters the same 
swimmer in the 400 freestyle relay 
RULING: Illegal. The 400 freestyle relay 
team is disqualified. 
COMMENT: The fact that the swimmer 
competes in four preliminary events lim- 
its participation in finals to those four 
events (3-2-1 2) 

SITUATION #5: In a championship meet 
Teams A and B both have eight names 
listed on all three relay cards There is a 
tie between Teams A and B after the 
medley relay for sixth place The teams 
report for a swim off and Team A has the 
same four names on the swim-off event 
entry card but Team B has substituted 
two other swimmers from their relay 
card. 

RULING: Legal. COMMENT All six swim- 
mers Team B used in the swim-off are 
charged with an event. (3-2-2. 5-4-5) 
SITUATION #6: Several team members 
have permanentortemporary body mark- 



ings perceived by the officials to be of- 
fensive Referee directs such markings 
be removed or covered 
RULING Correct Procedure. (3-3-4, 
Points of Emphasis) 
SITUATION #7: A swimmer reports to the 
blocks wearing an ankle brace to pre- 
vent further injury during competition The 
referee permits the swimmer to com- 
pete 

RULING: Correct procedure (3-3-2) 
SITUATION #8: A handicapped swimmer 
is unable to perform a stroke properly 
but is not disqualified and is allowed to 
score points in the event, 
RULING Incorrect procedure 
COMMENT: All swimmers must conform 
to all stroke and kick requirements. The 
only exceptions made for handicapped 
competitors are stated in rules 3-3-3 and 
8-1-1 

SITUATION #9: An exhibition swimmer 
violates the turn rule The swimmer is 
disqualified bv the referee. 
RULING: Correct procedure. 
COMMENT: Exhibition swimmers are 
offlciallv entered swimmers They are 
charged with events and are subject to 
all rules except they cannot score points 
(3-4-Pen 1 ) 

SITUATION #10: Swimmer A is listed on 
all three relays During prelims he swims 
the medley relay 100 freestyle and 100 
breaststroke During finals he swims the 
medley relay and 100 freestyle After 
competition of the 100 freestyle (all 
swimmers are finished) he re-enters the 
water without permission Swimmer A 
IS disqualified from the next scheduled 
event. 

RULING Correct procedure. COMMENT 
If the coach designates Swimmer A to 
compete in 200 freestyle relay the relay 
will be disqualified as the next sched- 
uled event All relay (200 freestyle relay) 
swimmers will be charged with an event 
If the coach elects not to have Swimmer 
A compete in that relay Swimmer A would 
be disqualified from the 100 breaststroke 
as the next scheduled event The swim- 
mer would then be eligible to be used in 
the final 400 freestyle relay (3-5-2, 5) 
SITUATION #11 : The starting system has 
recall provisions in the form of an un- 
derwater sound system (10 feet from 
blocks) and blinking underwater lights 
40 feet from the end wall. 
RULING: Legal (4-2-2, 3) 
SITUATION #12: A timed finals meet has 
been seeded with 3 swimmers in the 
first heat Pnor to the start of the race. 
Swimmer A in the first heat declares a 
false start to the referee. The referee 
accepts the declared false start but does 
not have the heat reseeded. 



RULING: Correct procedure, (5-3-5) 
SITUATION #13: A championship meet 
is conducted using timed finals rather 
than prelims and finals, 
RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: Choice of meet format rests 
with meet management. Use of the 
timed finals format should not be used 
in combination with qualifying heats in 
the same meet (5-3-6,7) 
SITUATION #14: There is a tie for sixth 
place after preliminaries Six places are 
being scored in an 8-lane pool. The ref- 
eree rules a swim-off will be accom- 
plished by both swimmers swimming 
the "finals" heat in lanes 6 and 7, Of these 
two swimmers the one placing ahead of 
the other will place in the top 6 at the 
place earned, the other swimmer will 
place in the consolation (7-12) at placed 
earned 

RULING: Permitted procedure COM- 
MENT Eliminates the need for swim- 
mers to swim twice (5-4-5) 
SITUATION #15: There is a false start 
and a swimmer from Team A jumps into 
the water 

RULING: The swimmer who jumped into 
the water is disqualified from the remain- 
der of meet The referee may elect not to 
disqualify Team As entries in this event 
but is not required to do so COMMENT: 
Jumping in on top or in front of swim- 
mers IS a dangerous practice, (8-1-3,4) 
SITUATION #16: As a backstroker ini- 
tiates a turn, he/she rotates past the ver- 
tical toward the breast and glides into a 
flip turn, 

RULING Illegal, disqualification, 
COMMENT: After the shoulders rotate 
past the vertical toward the breast, an 
immediate single or simultaneous 
double-arm pull must be used to initiate 
the turn Thereafter, kicking or gliding is 
permitted into the wall (8-2-1 e) 
SITUATION #17: In the individual medley 
the swimmer uses the backstroke "roll- 
over" turn to change from backstroke to 
breaststroke but comes off the wall less 
than 90 degrees toward breast when feet 
leave the wall 

RULING: Although individual medley is 
considered to be all one race and the 
turn rules apply the swimmer is disquali- 
fied for not being in proper body position 
when leaving the wall, (8-2-2) 
SITUATION #18: A swimmer in the 100 
butterfly enters the water on the start 
keeping arms stretched out in front with 
shoulders level The swimmer performs 
only the butterfly kick the entire length of 
the pool The swimmer is not disquali- 
fied 

RULING: Correct procedure, 
COMMENT: A stroke cycle for the butter- 
fly is not defined, (8-2-3) 



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SITUATION #19: The fourth swimmer in 
the medley relay executes a flip turn, 
pushes off the wall and kicks several 
yards while still on the back. The swim- 
mer then rotates onto the breast and 
completes the race. 
RULING: Illegal, COMMENT Although 
the rule does not specify when the turn 
ends, the intent of the rule is to prevent 
the swimmer from swimming in a posi- 
tion other than on the breast. (8-2-5b,e) 
SITUATION #20: In a triangular meet the 
coaches meet prior to the meet to draw 
for lane assignments. Team A draws 1 
and 4, Team B draws 2 and 5 and Team 
C draws 3 and 6 The coach of Team A 
wants his/her divers to dive in the fifth 
and sixth positions. 
RULING; Incorrect procedure. 
COMMENT In triangular meets, the or- 
der of divers shall correspond to the lane 
assignments drawn by lot. (9-2-4) 



BASKETBALL 



Situation 1: The calling official has re- 
ported the foul at the table and proceeds 
to the free throw lane area to administer 
the first of two free throws awarded to 
A1. B1 and B2 are: (a) huddling in the 
lane or (b) two B players are not occupy- 
ing the two marked spaces next to the 
end line as required 
Ruling: In (a) if the huddle delays the of- 
ficials' administration. Team B shall be 
warned and the warning reported to the 
scorer and recorded. If Team B had been 
previously warned for free throw delay a 
technical foul shall be charged. In (b) 
Team B will be directed to occupy the 
required spaces. If there is delay a tech- 
nical foul shall be charged to Team B. 
(10-1-5C) 

Situation 2: As the officials move to their 
dressing room at halftime, the assistant 
coach of Team B follows them and di- 
rects profanity at them while berating 
and accusing the officials of favoring the 
home team. 

Ruling: The assistant coach is charged 
with a flagrant technical foul and ejected. 
The head coach of Team B is charged 
indirectly with a technical foul. The 2nd 
half begins with the 2 free throws. Team 
B has one 2nd half foul toward the bo- 
nus situation. (4-8; 10-4-1a,c) 
Situation #3: During a dead ball situa- 
tion, one official is beckoned to the table 
by the scorer While the official is at the 
table, the head coach and assistant 
coach of Team A direct disrespectful 
comments at the official. 
Ruling: The assistant coach is charged 
with a technical foul. The head coach is 
charged with one direct and one indirect 
technical foul. The direct technical is for 
his or her own behavior and the indirect 



is for the assistant's conduct 
Team B is awarded 4 free 
throws, plus the ball for a di- 
vision line throw-in opposite 
the table. {10-4-1c Pen) 
Situation #4: During the 3rd 
quarter of play A2; (a) delays 
the free throw administration 
by handslapping with the free 
thrower A1; or (b) delays the 
game by tossing the ball out- 
of-bounds after being 
charged with a player control 
foul. 

Ruling: While both situations 
involve "delay," they are ad- 
ministered/penalized differ- 
ently In (a) Team A is warned 
for delaying the free throw via 
contact with the free thrower, 
in (b) A2 is charged with a 
technical foul for delay (10- 
1-5c: 10-3-7a) 
Situation #5: A1 has been 
fouled and is awarded 2 free 
throws. A1 enters the free 
throw semicircle. A2 and A3 
huddle in the lane while the 
calling/administering official: 
(a) is reporting the foul at the 

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the lane area after complet- North Hardin's Joey Stockton went up for this 
ing the report; or (c) has the near slam in the 1994 Boys' State Basketball 
ball and is ready to adminis- Tournament. 
ter the first free throw 




Photo By Tim Porco 



Ruling: There has been no delay of the 
free throw in (a) and (b). However, in (c) 
Team A is warned for free throw delay If 
Team A had been warned previously a 
technical foul shall be charged. (10-1- 
5c) 

Situation #6: The score is tied when A1 
is fouled in the act of shooting and the try 
is unsuccessful. Playing time for the 4th 
quarter expires while the ball is in flight. 
No players are allowed along the lane. 
Al's first free throw attempt is success- 
ful. Immediately following the made free 
throw: (a) the occupants of the Team A 
bench rush onto the court and a mini 
celebration takes place: or (b) a couple 
of Team A substitutes momentarily step 
onto the court, but immediately return. 
Ruling: In (a) a technical foul is charged. 
The two free throws will be attempted 
after A1's second attempt. The results 
of the free throws will determine which 
team wins or whether an extra period is 
required. In (b) no penalty as the spon- 
taneous reaction and confusion may re- 
sult in bench personnel inadvertently 
stepping onto the court. (5-6-4; 10-4-2) 
Comment: The game did not end when 
A1 made the first free throw as there are 
no rules or provisions which allow set- 
ting aside an awarded free throw. The 
coach is responsible for and is expected 
to control the bench area until the game 



IS over and the final score has been ap- 
proved. This is true even in the type of 
situation described. 
Situation #7: Thrower A1 inbounds the 
ball to A2 and immediately receives a 
return pass. A1 has: (a) both feet off the 
floor after jumping from out-of-bounds; 
or (b) one foot touching inbounds and 
one out-of-bounds, or (c) one foot is off 
the floor and the other touching 
inbounds when he or she catches the 
pass 

Ruling: In (a) and (b) it is a violation by 
A1 for causing the ball to be out-of- 
bounds. In (c) A1 is inbounds and play 
continues. (4-33; 7-1-2) 
Situation #8: Team A is awarded a throw- 
in near the division line. The administer- 
ing official by mistake puts the ball at 
Bl's disposal. B1 completes the throw- 
in and Team B subsequently scores a 
goal. 

Ruling: No correction can be made for 
the mistake by the official. (9-6) Com- 
ment: A specific procedure has been 
adopted to correct a throw-in mistake, 
but it only applies if the same team 
throws in and scores again following a 
goal or made free throw by that team. 
The procedure does not apply in any 
other game situation. 
Situation #9: A1 has the ball out-of- 
bounds for a throw-in. B1; (a) deliber- 



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ately jumps out-of-bounds and guards 
A1 without contacting A1 or the ball; or 
(b) reaches through the throw-in bound- 
ary plane and waves his or her hands. 
Ruling: A technical foul in (a) for being 
out-of-bounds illegally. In (b) a throw-in 
plane warning is issued unless Team B 
had already been warned. In that case, 
a technical foul is charged to Team B. 
(9-2-11; 10-1-10; 10-3-4) Comment: In 
situations with the clock running and 5 
or less seconds left in the game, a throw- 
in plane violation should be ignored if its 
only purpose is to stop the clock How- 
ever, it the tactic in any way interferes with 
the thrower's efforts to make a throw-in, 
a technical foul for delay shall be called 
even though no previous warning had 
been issued. In this situation, if the offi- 
cial stopped the clock and issued a warn- 
ing, it would allow Team B to benefit from 
the tactic. 

Situation #10: While A1 is dribbling the 
ball from As backcourt to frontcourt, A2 
and A3 begin fighting. Before order is 
restored, both players have punched 
each other and have wrestled on the floor 
in addition to using profanity in verbal 
abuse. 

Ruling: Both A2 and A3 are charged with 
flagrant technical fouls and are disquali- 
fied. Team B is awarded 4 free throws 
and the ball for a throw-in. Two team 
fouls are added to Team A's total to 
reach the bonus. The fighting and un- 
sportsmanlike conduct cannot be ig- 
nored just because it involved team- 
mates instead of opponents. (2-3) 
Situation #11: A1 is advancing the ball 
in A's backcourt and lobs a pass to A2 
near the division line. B1 leaps from B's 
frontcourt intercepts the pass and lands 
in B's backcourt. 

Ruling. A backcourt violation by B1. (9-9) 
Situation #12: The game clock shows 
3/10 of a second to play in the 4th quar- 
ter. The score is tied and Team A has a 
throw-in in A's frontcourt near the divi- 
sion line. A1 lobs the ball to A2 near A's 
basket. A2: (a) taps the ball; or (b) catches 
it in the air, turns and releases it in a try 
for goal. In both cases the ball leaves 
A2's hand(s) before the horn sounds and 
it enters and passes through the bas- 
ket. 

Ruling: Score 2 points in both (a) and 
(b). The time remaining is not a factor if 
the ball is in flight before the horn sounds 
and no obvious timing mistake has oc- 
curred. (2-14; 5-1) 

Situation #13: A1 is dribbling in 
backcourt and ends the dribble, but de- 
fensive pressure prevents a pass to A2 
A1 then passes the ball so it touches 
B1. A1 then recovers the loose ball in 
backcourt and dribbles again. 
Ruling: No violation. When Al's pass 
was touched by, or touched another 



player, he or she may start a new 
dribble. The 10-second backcourt 
count continues. (9-5-3) 
Situation #14: A1 is fouled during an 
unsuccessful try and is awarded 2 
free throws. During Al's successful 
first free throw, A2 fouls B1 along the 
lane. Team B is not in the bonus. The 
lane is cleared for Al's 2nd attempt 
A1 then violates by having a foot 
through the free throw line plane pre- 
maturely. 

Ruling: The free throw violation by A1 
cancels the 2nd attempt. Since Team 
B is not in the bonus, it results in a 
designated spot throw-in from the 
nearest spot out-of bounds from 
where A2's foul occurred. Team B may 
not run the end line as the last free 
throw was unsuccessful. (7-5-7; 9-1- 
7) 

Situation #15: Team A has just 
scored a goal The ball is bouncing 
close to the end line when: (a) A1 calls 
for a time-out; or (b) A1 contacts B1. 
Ruling: In order to rule accurately it 
depends on whether the bouncing 
ball is judged to be at the thrower's 
disposal If the covering official 
judges it is at the thrower's disposal, 
he or she would start the count and 
the ball becomes alive. In this case, 
in (a) no time-out is granted and the 
foul in (b) penalized If the ball is not 
at the thrower's disposal, the time-out 
is granted in (a) and the contact in (b) 
is ignored unless it is intentional or 
flagrant (4-4-7d; 6-1-2) Comment: In 
this situation, the covering official must 
give the new throw-in team a moment 
or two to recognize it is their ball for a 
throw-in and get a player into the area 
to pick up the ball. If the ball is near 
the end line, it is the throw-in team's 
responsibility to secure it and throw- 
in from anywhere out-of-bounds 
along the end line. The covering offi- 
cial shall start his or her throw-in 
count when it is determined the ball 
is available 

Situation #16: A1 is fouled by B1 
while in the act of shooting and the try 
is successful. The administering offi- 
cial erroneously awards and an- 
nounces 2 free throws instead of 1. 
Al's first attempt is unsuccessful and 
B1 rebounds. Play continues briefly 
with B1 advancing the ball before the 
official blows the whistle to award the 
2nd free throw 

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merited free throw he or she was en- 
titled to, the is no further correction to 
be made Play shall continue with a 
throw-m by Team B at the out-of- 
bounds spot nearest to where play 
was interrupted (2-10-2) 



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Gabbard, Jeff 


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Asher, Jacob R, 


Grogan, Douglas 


Bennett, Joe 


Gustafson, Jon 


Bischoff, Kenneth 


Hall, Tony 


Blair, Kenneth 


Harris, Brian 


Case, Todd 


Han/ey William 


Gates, Bruce 


Humphreys, William 


Caufield, Judith 


Jacobs, Michael 


Chick, Gregory 


Kelly Hugh 


Clark, David 


Kepperling, Jay 


Crace, Stephen 


Kinch, Marvin 


Davis, William 


Lee, Kenneth 


Duerson, Barry 


Lord, Kenneth 


Durbin, Gary 


Marr, Paul 


Eldridge, Richard 


McCray, Robert 


Foster, Jerry 


McDonald, Dean 


Foster, Mike 


Moore, Carl 


Grandgeorge, David 


Napier, Glenn 


Grimm, Jr., James 


Puckett, Jim 


Haynes, William 


Ransdell, Bill 


Henderson, Charles 


Renner, Orvil 


Hendrickson, Kevin 


Riedel, David 


Hood, Jr., Donald 


Robinson, D. Blake 


Hunter, Fred 


Runner, Elton 


Jude, Lowell 


Schum, James 


Kelley Bill 


Schwartz, Ralph 


Lewis, Joseph 


Seals, Harlan (Tootle) 


Lockhart, Harry 


Sherrard, Ronald 


Lusk, Michael 


Stallins, David 


Lyie, Cary 


Stephan, Joe 


Mahlmeister, Michael 


Stevens, Randy 


Miniard, Max 


Tackett, David 


Newsom, Barry 


Thornsberry Tommy 


Perry, M.E. 


Tompkins, Steven 


Reed, John 


Varney, Roger 


Robinson, James 


Wade, Terry 


Sallee, Robert 


Webb, Raymond 


Siominsky Theodore 


West, Ben 


Smith, Sandro 




Smith, Timothy Paul 


Volleyball 


Tackett, James 




Timmons, David 


Cliange To Certified 


Townsend, Richard 


Cowgill, Robert 


Wade, Greg 


Cronin, James 




Gilkey Ken 


Ctiange To Approved 


Kruger, Daniel 


Adams, Lee 


Lynch, Laura 


Baker, Charles 


Orr, Jim 


Berry, Derrick 


Schawe, Dianne 


Blevins, Michael 


Uhl, Rick 


Brady Bill 




Brey, Gregory 


Ctiange To Approved 


Bush, Brian 


Allgeier, Hank 


Bush, Carl 


Bruenderman, Jim 


Bush, Jerry 


Clark, Eugene 


Canady, Ray 


Fagan, Timothy 


Cannoy William 


Fischer, Kelly 


Capel, Bert 


Gallagher, Barry 


Cappelletti, Kendall 


Haines, Lisa 


Carney, Conrad 


Hannold, Joyce 


Costello, Don 


Nail, Jeff 


Damron, Jerry 


Olmstead, Dee Dee 


Eddleman, Bruce 


Wick, Jeffrey 


Egan, Stephen 





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OPEN DATES 



FOOTBALL 



Bardstown 

Sept 1, 1995 
Sept 8, 1995 
Sept. 22, 1995 
Oct. 27, 1995 

Contact Coach Joey Downs 

(502) 348-1694 

Beech wood 

Oct. 6, 1995 (Away) 

Oct 5, 1996 
Contact Bob Burnett 
(606) 331-1220 

Boyd County 

Sept 29, 1995 
Contact Coach Larry Bryant 
(606) 928-1312 

Breathitt County 

Aug. 25, 1995 

Sept. 1, 1995 
Coach Mike Holcomb 
(606) 666-8406 

Central Hardin 

Sept 29, 1995 
Contact Kenny Lane, A.D. 
(502) 737-6800 

Chaminade Jullane (OH) 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Jim Place, A.D. 
(513) 461-3740 

Cincinnati Roger Bacon (OH) 

Enrollment 800 

Sept 8, 1995-96 
Contact John Morgan 
(513) 641-1300 

Corbin 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Sept. 22, 1995 

Contact Curt Hart 

(606) 528-3902 

(606) 528-2531 

Danville 

Sept. 22, 1995 
Contact Coach Sam Harp 
(606) 238-1327 



Edwardsville (IL) near St Louis 

Aug. 25, 1995 

Sept 15, 1995 

Oct. 20, 1995 
Contact Tim Dougherty 
(618) 656-7100 

Fern Creek 

Aug. 25, 1995 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact Bill Azevedo, AD. 
(502) 473-8251 

Franklin-Simpson 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Walt Heath, A.D. 
(502) 586-3273 

Garrard County 

Aug 25, 1995 

Sept 1, 1995 

Sept. 8, 1995 

Sept 15, 1995 

Sept. 22, 1995 
Contact Ken Hurt, AD 
(606) 792-2146 

Harrison County 

Sept 1, 1995 
Contact Coach Ray Graham 
(606) 234-7117 

Ironton (Ohio) 

Enrollment 270 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614) 532-5235 

Jefferson City (MO) 

Sept 29, 1995 
Oct. 6, 1995 
Oct 13, 1995 

Lafayette 

Aug 25. 1995 

Oct 20, 1995 
Contact Coach Terry Clark 
(606) 281-0300 

Lincoln County 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Coach Marty daggers 
(606) 365-9112 

Male 

Aug. 25, 1995 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact Jay Levine, A.D. 
(502) 473-8972 



Marshall County 

Sept. 22, 1995 (A) 
Contact Doc Sanders, A.D. 
(502) 527-1453 

Moore 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Bob Ball 
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Nelson County 

Aug. 25, 1995 

Sept 1, 1995 

Sept. 8, 1995 

Sept 15, 1995 
Contact Coach Mark Brown ~ 
(502) 349-7010 

Ryle 

Aug 25, 1995 
Contact Charles Holland, AD. 
(606) 384-4837 

Shelby County 

Sept. 29, 1995 (Away) 
Contact Rod Cloyd 
(502) 633-2344 

Tolsia (WV) 

Sept 15, 1995 

Oct 6, 1995 
Contact Terry Porter 
(304) 648-5566 or 648-7015 

West Carter 

Sept 8, 1995 
Contact Coach Terry Osborne 
(606) 286-2481 



VACANCIES 



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Oldham County High School 
Contact Talbot Allen 
(502) 222-9461 

Head Football Coach Needed 

Perry County Central High School (4A) 
Contact John Paul Amis, Supenntend. 
(606) 439-5813 • Deadline Jan. 27, '95 

Head Football Coach Needed 

Union County High School 
Contact Keith Omer, Personnel 
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Apnl 14-23, 1995 
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FEBRUARY 1995 



KHSAA Board 
of Control 



President 

Frank Cardwell 
Franklin-Simpson H S 

Vice-President 

Arthur "Ozz" Jackson 
Whitesburg H S 



Directors 



William "Bill" Beasley 
Paducah 



Tom Bryant 
Danville 



Ken Cox 
Tates Creek H S 



Tasso Harris 
Valley H S 



Cookie Henson 
Clay County H S 



Claudia Hicks 
Rowan County H S 



Kathy Hopper 
Waggener H S 



Teresa Isaac 
Lexington 



Bob Rogers 
Caldwell County Schools 



Stan Steidel 
Dayton H S 



Grant Talbott 
Owensboro H S 



Wendell Thomas 
Louisville 



Darrell Treece 
Henry County H S 



Frank Welch 
Belfry H S 



Staff 



Commissioner 

Louis Stout 


Assistant Commissioners 

Brigid DeVries 
Larry Boucher 


Directors 

Julian Tackett 
Brooks Downing 


Office Manager 

Anne Wesley Mays 


Fund Raising 

Ken Tippett 


Secretaries 

Path Pruitt 
Mary Darnell 


Physical Plant 

John Ginn 

Receptionist 

Angela Faulkner 




Contents 



^^^95 



6 

9 

12 

14 



Board Minutes 

Minutes of the December 

Board meeting inciuding 

dates for future Sweet 16s. 



Proposals 

Five proposals highlight the 
1995 Delegate Assembly 
meeting in February. 



Basketball Statistics 

State leaders for both girls' 
and boys' basketball thru Jan. 
26. 1995. 



KAPOS 

KAPOS announces its guide- 
lines for the 1995 competi- 
tors. 



On The Cover 



Becky Ruehl of Villa Madonna dives for 
her state title during the 1 993 State Champi- 
onships The multiple defending champion 
will defend her title dunng the 1 995 state meet 
at the University of Kentucky's Aquatics Cen- 
ter Feb. 17-18 

Photo by Mark Zerof 



FEBRUARY 1995 



VOLUME LVI, NO. 3 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE $10 



Published six times annually, on a bimonthly basis by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 2280 Executive Dr , 
Lexington, KY 40505 Third-class postage paid at Richmond, KY Accep- 
tance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1 103 Act 
of Oct 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926, Publication No. 293080 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to KHSAA, 2280 
Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. 



Publisher: Louis Stout 
Editor: Anne Wesley Mays Editor: Brooks Downing 

Assistant: Larry Boucher Assistant: Brigid DeVries 

Assistant: Julian Tackett 



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FEBRUARY 1995 



Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

^ HALL OF FAME 




Official Nomination Form 



The Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or administered high school athletics at 
any Kentucky high school, past or present, or to anyone who has been of service to Kentucky high school athletics. (Please type all information). 



Name of Person Nominated 



Address of Person Being Nominated {or surviving relative if deceased} 



riefly List Specific Accomplishments of Nominee (if coach include coaching records) 



! of Schools Whe 



Name of Individual Submilling Nominatic 



All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control 



KHSAA Hall of Fame 

Eligibility 

Eligibility for the KHSAA Hall of Fame is based 
on high school accomplishments and contribu- 
tions only Any player who has been out of high 
school 10 years, or any coach, administrator or 
official who has distinguished themselves In their 
respective field Is eligible Active coaches must 
be 60 years of age or older. Inactive coaches 
under the age of 60 must have been inactive for 
three years to qualify 

Nominations 

Anyone can nominate a person for the Hall of 
Fame, Nomination deadline Is April 1 . An official 
KHSAA Hall of Fame nomination form must be 
completed for each nominee. Additional informa- 
tion can also be submitted with the nomination 
form. 

Selection 

The number of inductees to be selected begins 
with 1 8 in 1 995 and decreases by one each year 
until the maximum number of 12 is reached. A 
selection committee consisting of the KHSAA 



Board of Control will meet the third Friday of April 
in Lexington to pick the inductees. Inductees will be 
notified of their selection following the April meet- 
ing and will be inducted the following fylarch 
inconjunctlon with the Boys' Sweet 16 basketball 
tournament. 

Group Demographics 

Each group of inductees must include at least: 

- five either deceased or 65 years old or older; 

- one representative from each section (i e 
Section one consists of basketball regions 1-4; 
Section 2 - Regions 5-8; etc.); 

- the remainder of the nominees will be at-large 
selections. 

Instructions 

All Information on this form must be completed and 
received by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association before April 1. The completed nomi- 
nation form and support materials should be sent 
to: 

Dawahares-KHSAA Hall of Fame 

2280 Executive Drive 

Lexington, KY 40505 



Once the nomination form is received by the 
KHSAA, all actions necessary to the selection 
process shall remain confidential. All information 
submitted shall be retained by the Hall of Fame. 
Please include a limited number of newspaper 
clippings, magazine articles and other support- 
ive materials that would be helpful to the Hall of 
Fame Screening Committee. 

General Criteria 

Nominees must exemplify the highest standards 
of sportsmanship, ethical conductand moral char- 
acter. 

Athletes would be former student-athletes who 
are being nominated for their achievements in 
interscholastic athletics. Coaches would be con- 
sidered on the mehts of their high school coach- 
ing achievements only and officials on the basis 
of their service as a high school official. 

ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE JUDGED ON 

THEIR SIGNIFICANT AND/OR LONG-TERM 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERSCHOLASTIC 

ATHLETICS. 



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FEBRUARY 1995 



Dates For Future Sweet 16s Announced 



MINUTES 



DECEMBER 2, 1994 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association met at 
the Executive Inn, Louisville, Ky, on Fn- 
day, Dec. 2, 1994 The meeting was 
called to order by President Frank 
Cardwell at 8 a.m. with all Board mem- 
bers present except Bill Beasley and Tom 
Bryant. Also present were Commissioner 
Louis Stout, Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid DeVries and Larry Boucher, Bus. 
Mgr. Julian Tackett, SID Brooks Down- 
ing, Ken Tippett, Board Attorney Danny 
Reeves and Randy Kimbrough, State 
Dept. of Education. The Invocation was 
given by Alvis Johnson. 

Frank Welch made a motion, sec- 
onded by Ozz Jackson, that the minutes 
of the Oct. 15-16, 1994, meeting of the 
Board be approved The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Tasso Harris made a motion to ap- 
prove the October 1 East Eligibility Com- 
mittee Minutes. Wendell Thomas sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

Following questions regarding bills 
from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31 , 1994, Frank 
Welch made a motion to accept. Ken Cox 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

A discussion was held regarding the 
1994-95WorkingBudgetthroughOct. 31 
Wendell Thomas made a motion to ac- 
cept. Tasso Harris seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously 

Frank Welch moved to approve the 
East Eligibility Committee Minutes of Nov. 
28. Cookie Henson seconded the mo- 
tion which passed unanimously. 

Minutes of the Dec. 1 West Eligibility 
Committee will be presented for approval 
at the Jan. 20 Meeting of the Board. 

President Cardwell called on Doug 
Ralston to present his appeal of Bylaw 6 
on behalf of his son, Ryan. Mr. Ralston's 
case was heard by the East Eligibility 
Committee on Oc. 10; however, the vote 
of the Committee was 4-2 and did not re- 
ceive the necessary five votes for a rul- 
ing. Prior to his appeal, Mr. Cardwell 
explained to the appellant the procedure 
for presentation. Mr. Ralston was allowed 
to present his case and distribute to the 
Board any additional information relative 
to the case. After his presentation, the 
Board went into Executive Session. Fol- 
lowing return to Open Session, a motion 
was made by Ozz Jackson to grant the 
appeal of Ryan Ralston. Teresa Isaac 
seconded the motion which passed by a 
roll call vote of 9-5. 



The next regular Board of Control 
meeting is scheduled for March 23-24, 
1995, at the Girls' Sweet 16 in Frank- 
fort. 

Following the appeal and the rein- 
statement of eligibility, Mr. Harris ex- 
pressed a concern regarding the imme- 
diate participation for athletes reinstated 
by the Board in all sports except football 
where ten (10) practices were required 
prior to play. The Board discussed at 
length the procedure for submitting pro- 
posals to the Delegate Assembly and 
suggested this concern could be ad- 
dressed. Mr. Cardwell announced that 
the proposals which were submitted for 
the Delegate Assembly were on the 
Agenda for approval 

Following a lengthy discussion of 
Slow Pitch/Fast Pitch Softball alignments 
which were distributed for discussion 
only, Claudia Hicks made a motion that 
the Board set a minimum number of 
games in Slow Pitch/Fast Pitch Softball 
as ten (10) to qualify to play in 
postseason, and that schools must de- 
clare by Feb. 1 if they will play SP/FP Soft- 
ball. Ken Cox seconded the motion which 
passed 9-5. Bob Rogers then made a 
motion that Fast Pitch Softball Officials 
be paid $20.00 per game and a limit of 
one and one half (1-1/2) hours per game 
be set. The motion passed unanimously. 

Darrell Treece then made a motion 
that the KHSAA Staff set the clinics for 
coaches for Fast Pitch Softball in compli- 
ance with current bylaws. Tasso Harris 
seconded the motion which passed 13- 
1 

A discussion then ensued regarding 
the starting dates for spring sports for 
1994-95. Stan Steidel made a motion, 
seconded by Grant Talbott, that all spring 
sports may begin on March 25 for the 
1995 season only. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The Board then considered a request 
from Carroll County High School to waive 
Bylaw 27, Requirement for Coaches, for 
one year. Following discussion, Tasso 
Harris made a motion to waive Bylaw 27 
for Carroll County High School. Darrell 
Treece seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Following a brief discussion of dis- 
. trict and regional basketball officials' as- 
signments, Tasso Harris made a motion 
to table the recommendation presented 
until the January meeting in order to ob- 
tain input from the schools. Stan Steidel 
seconded the motion which passed. 

President Cardwell called a recess 
until 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3. 



DECEMBERS, 1994 

President Cardwell reconvened the 
Board meeting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, 
Dec. 3, 1994 All Board members were 
present with the exception of Bill Beasley, 
Tom Bryant and Teresa Isaac. Also 
present were Commissioner Louis Stout, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries 
and Larry Boucher, Bus. Mgr. Julian 
Tackett, SID Brooks Downing, Ken 
Tippett and Anne Wesley Mays, Secre- 
tary. Randy Kimbrough, State Dept. of 
Education, was also in attendance. 

Commissioner Stout advised the 
Board of the disposition of appeals heard 
by the SBESE - 8 cases upheld and 7 
cases overturned. 

Commissioner Stout then recom- 
mended the following dates for the Boys' 
and Girls' State Basketball Tournaments 
for 1996 through 1999: 





BOYS 


GIRLS 


1996 


March 13-16 


March 20-23 


1997 


March 12-15 


March 19-22 


1998 


March 18-21 


March 11-14 


1999 


March 10-13 


March 17-20 



Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded 
by Claudia Hicks, to accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation The 
motion passed unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported that ad- 
vanced ticket sales for the Boys' Basket- 
ball Tournament were nearing $400,000. 
He also asked for input from the Board 
members on various regional basketball 
tournament sites. Mr. Stout gave an up- 
date on plans that are being coordinated 
by Lexington leaders for the "Sweet 16" 
Fan Jam to be held in conjunction with 
the Boys' Basketball Tournament at Heri- 
tage Hall. 

Following a discussion of Commis- 
sioner Stout's report regarding the guide- 
lines set forth for the KHSAA Hearing Of- 
ficer, Bob Rogers made a motion to ap- 
prove and move on as soon as possible 
with the recommendation. Tasso Harris 
seconded the motion, which passed 
unanimously. 

Items of discussion with no action 
taken were 1) Doug Ruedlinger, Inc.; 2) 
KHSAA Strategic Plan; 3) Topics for 
Seminars to be conducted in conjunction 
with the Annual Meeting in February; 4) 
State VB Tournament Team Expense 
policy; 5) Auditor's letter; 6) Progress of 
appointees to the Middle School, 
Cheerleading, Summer Play and Insur- 
ance Committees. 

The Board was advised that a large 
number of schools had not submitted 
names for their Delegate to the Annual 
Meeting by the Nov. 15 deadline. Tasso 



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Harris made a motion, seconded by 
Claudia Hicks, that due to the change in 
the KHSAA Constitution, those schools 
be notified again and extend the dead- 
line to Dec. 15,1 994. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Bus, Mgr, Tackett advised the Board 
that the Hotline for reporting KHSAA vio- 
lations had been established as recom- 
mended by the Task Force on Interscho- 
lastic Athletics and requested approval 
of the new/s announcement and regula- 
tions as submitted. Ozz Jackson made 
a motion to accept the document as pre- 
sented. Wendell Thomas seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the final 
adoption of the Fine Schedule in accor- 
dance with Bylaw 30, Tasso Harris made 
a motion to approve the Schedule of 
Fines after deleting and/or Board of Con- 
trol. Wendell Thomas seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

The next item on the Agenda was the 
Football Committee's Report presented 
by Chairman Ozz Jackson. He made a 
motion that the Board accept the follow- 
ing changes to the Tournament Rules for 
Football: 

I. C. CLASSIFICATION 

d. . . to fall below (4) or e xc ee d ei ght 
(S) teams. 

e. If at any time during the classifica- 
tion period, a school withdraws from play- 
off competition, it shall not be eligible for 
two (2) seasons and may return to com- 
petition in the odd-numbered year follow- 
ing the two-year period . 

II. Dates and Times for Play-off 
Games 

A. 3. In Class AAAA, Regions II and 
III, the Region II, District 1 teams will play 
the Region II, District 2 teams in 1995 and 
quadrennially (every four years) thereaf- 
ter forthe Region II championship. Also, 
in 1995 and quadrennially (every four 
years) thereafter, the Region III, District 
1 teams will play the Region III, District 2 
teams for the Region III championship. 

In Class AAAA, Regions II and III, the 
Region II, District 1 teams will play the 
Region III, District 1 teams in 1996 and 
quadrennially (every four years) thereaf- 
ter forthe Region III championship. Also, 
in 1996 and quadrennially (every four 
years) thereafter, the Region II, District 2 
teams will play the Region III, District 2 
teams for the Region II championship. 

In Class AAAA, Regions II and III, the 
Region II, District 1 teams will play the 
Region II, District 2 teams in 1997 and 
quadrennially (every four years) thereaf- 
ter for the Region III championship. Also, 
in 1997 and quadrennially (every four 
years) thereafter, the Region III, District 
1 teams will play the Region III, District 2 
teams for the Region II championship. 

In Class AAAA, Regions II and III, the 



Region II, District 1 teams will play the 
Region III, District 2 teams in 1998 and 
quadrennially (every four years) thereaf- 
ter for the Region III championship. Also, 
in 1998 and quadrennially (every four 
years) thereafter, the Region II, District 2 
teams will play the Region III. District 1 
teams for the Region II championship. 

Grant Talbott seconded the motion 
which passed 12-1. 

The following persons then ad- 
dressed the Board with their school's 
concern in response to the proposed foot- 
ball alignment: 

Thurmas Reynolds, Lafayette 
Bill Musick, Johnson Central 
Mike Griffiths, Marion County 
Joe Ruddell, Tates Creek 
Dan Cassidy, Bryan Station 
Alvis Johnson, Harrodsburg 
Tasso Harris made a motion that the 
Board consider one Class at a time. Ken 
Cox seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Class A Tasso Harris moved to accept 
Class A alignment as printed on the Draft. 
Grant Talbott seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 
Class AA: Tasso Harris moved to accept 
Class AA alignment as printed on the 
draft. Bob Rogers seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 
Class AAA: Tasso Harris moved to ac- 
cept Class AAA alignment as printed with 
the following exceptions: move Johnson 
Central to Region 4, District 2 and Marion 
County to Region 2, District 1. Claudia 
Hicks seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Class AAAA: Tasso Hams moved to ac- 
cept Class AAAA alignment as printed 
with the following exception: move 



Lafayette to Region 4, District 2 and 
George Rogers Clark to Region 4, Dis- 
trict 1. Ken Cox seconded the motion 
which passed by a roll call vote of 10-3. 

The next item on the Agenda was the 
consideration of Proposals for the Annual 
Meeting. The Board discussed options 
for addressing the Proposals which were 
submitted. Stan Steidel then made a 
motion that the Board send a Proposal 
to the State Board requesting clarifica- 
tion of the word "sponsor" as it appears 
in HB 490, and KHSAA Bylaw 40. Girls' 
Basketball Tournament, Girls' Fast Pitch 
Softball. Cookie Henson seconded the 
motion which failed by a roll call vote of 6 
to 7. 

Ms. Hicks made a motion that the 
State Volleyball and State Soccer Tour- 
nament dates be set and then count back 
8 weeks for the start of the seasons. 
Tasso Harris seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Tackett announced the next 
meeting of the Board has been sched- 
uled for January 19-20, 1995 at the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington. Appeals will 
be heard on the 19th with the Regular 
meeting to follow on the 20th. 

Ms. Hopper called a meeting of the 
Constitution & Bylaws Committee imme- 
diately following the present Board meet- 
ing. 

Ms. Kimbrough, as State Board of 
Education liaison, advised the Board of 
items being considered by Site Based 
Councils in the local districts. 

There being no further business to 
come before the Board, Ozz Jackson 
made a motion to adjourn. Grant Talbott 
seconded the motion which passed. 



West Eligibility Committee 



DECEMBER 1, 1994 

TheWest Eligibility Committee of the 
KHSAA Board of Control met in Louis- 
ville at the Executive Inn on Thursday, 
Dec. 1 , 1 994, for the purpose of hearing 
eligibility appeals. Frank Cardwell called 
the meeting to order at 10 a.m. Mem- 
bers present were Tasso Harris, Kathy 
Hopper, Bob Rogers, Grant Talbott and 
Wendell Thomas. Members absent were 
Bill Beasley and Darrell Treece. Others 
present were Commissioner Louis Stout, 
Asst. Commissioners Brigid DeVries and 
Larry Boucher, Julian Tackett, Bus. Mgr., 
Anne Wesley Mays, Administrative Sec- 
retary, Randy Kimbrough of the State De- 
partment of Education and Danny 



Reeves, Board Attorney. 

Prior to each appeal, Mr. Cardwell 
explained to the appellant the procedure 
for presentation. Each party was allowed 
to present his/her case and distribute to 
the Board any additional information rela- 
tive to the case. After each presentation, 
the Board went into Executive Session. 
Following return to Open Session a mo- 
tion was made to either grant or deny the 
appeal. A roll call vote was taken by the 
Secretary. The appellants were advised 
of the decision of the Board and Mr. 
Cardwell explained the Due Process Pro- 
cedure in the event the appeal was de- 
nied. It was determined that five (5) affir- 
mative votes were needed to pass a 
motion or restore eligibility. 

Following is the disposition of each 

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FEBRUARY 1995 



1995 Delegate Assembly Proposals 



Proposal I 

George Frakes, principal of High- 
lands High School, proposes the follow- 
ing amendment to the bylaws of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association, 
An amendment to clarify the ending of 
the school year for summer play purposes 
to alleviate the Inconsistencies caused by 
various schools ending on different dates, 
and weather-related problems. 
Bylaw 8. Contestant On Other Teams, 
Post Season and All-Star Games 

Any student who Is a contestant in 
football or basketball on any non-school 
sponsored team in that sport at any time 
during an athletic season after enrolling 
in grade nine (9) shall be ineligible to rep- 
resent any secondary school in that sport 
for the remainder of that season or for 
the upcoming season. 

A student who has been a first-team 
player in football or basketball after en- 
rolling in grade nine (9) and has eligibil- 
ity remaining In these sports shall not take 
part in an all-star or postseason game in 
that sport dur i ng th e r e m ai nd e r of th e 
s choo l y e ar prior to May 25 of the school 
year unless it has been sanctioned by the 
Board of Control. The penalty shall be 
loss of eligibility for one year. The Com- 
missioner may waive the period of Ineli- 
gibility if just cause is shown as to its ap- 
plication working evident injustice against 
the student-athlete. 

Rationale - Many districts set differ- 
ent dates for the respective school cal- 
endars due to local concerns, transpor- 
tation, and weather-related circum- 
stances. This amendment would allow for 
a benchmark date to be fair to all partici- 
pants throughout the state in spite of dif- 
fering school calendars. 

Proposal II 

Steve Frommeyer, delegate repre- 
senting Eminence High School, proposes 
the following amendment to the bylaws 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation - An amendment to allow foot- 
ball teams not competing in district cham- 
pionship play to play an additional foot- 
ball game to create a "playoff' for those 
schools. 

Bylaw 25, Limitation of Seasons 
4. Football - Boys 

(4) A maximum of ten (10) regular sea- 
son games may be played. Preseason 
bowl games shall count toward the 10- 
game limit. Schools not competing for the 
district title may play an eleventh (11th) 
game to be played not later than three 
weeks prior to the final championship 
game . (5) The regular season ends at all 
levels of play (grades 9-12) on the Satur- 
day preceding the first KHSAA Tourna- 



ment (District, Region or State), with the 
exception of the special circumstances 
for teams not competing for district play 
as detailed in subsection (4) above, and 
that the varsity team may practice and 
play through its elimination from KHSAA 
sanctioned tournament play. Following 
elimination, there shall be no further prac- 
tice or play during the remainder of the 
academic school year. 

Proposal III 

Principal Janice Fish of Atherton pro- 
poses the following amendment to the 
bylaws of the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association - An amendment to al- 
low for an additional tournament to be 
played in volleyball to encourage more 
play on weekends and less impact on 
school-night activities. 
Bylaw 25, Limitation of Seasons 
11. Volleyball - Girls 

(4) The season shall consist of a 
maximum of twenty (20) matches. In 
any two (2) three (3) invitational or other 
type tournaments, the matches played by 
a member school shall count as only one 
match for each tournament. 

Rationale - With various formats of 
tournaments now being played, many 
schools may inadvertently be violating 
tournament limits without missing addi- 
tional school time. In addition, the author 
and the State Volleyball Committee have 
concerns that this girls' sport offering can 
be better promoted with this change and 
it will lessen school study time by playing 
on weekends. 

Proposal IV 

Board appointed representative Stan 
Steidel of Dayton High School proposes 
the following amendment to the Consti- 
tution of the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association - An amendment to fur- 
ther clarify the eligibility of an out of state 
school to play against a Kentucky school 
and hold those schools to the same stan- 
dards expected of Kentucky opponents. 

ARTICLE VIII - CONTESTS 
Section 1 . With Non-Member Kentucky 
Schools 

Any member school which engages 
in an athletic contest with a nonmember 
Kentucky school eligible for membership 
in the Association may be suspended for 
a period to be determined by the Board 
of Control. 

Q/A 1 - May a member school of the As- 
sociation engage in an athletic contest 
with a nonmember Kentucky school? No, 
not if the other school is eligible for mem- 
bership. 

Q/A 2 - May a school team play against 
an alumni or independent team during a 



regular season In the sport? Yes, as the 
other team is not eligible for membership 
in the Association. However, the game 
played with such a team must be counted 
against the game limit allowed each 
member school. 
Section 2. With Schools in Other States 

Any member school engaging in a 
contest with a school in another state 
shall play under the rules of the KHSAA 
and shall require its opponents to play 
under the rules of its own state associa- 
tion and belong to the applicable asso- 
ciation in that state. 

Rationale - Restrictions on playing 
schools outside the state should be the 
same as those in-state should schools 
choose to displace Kentucky opponents 
with out of state teams In this manner, a 
level playing field is more assured. 

Proposal V 

Principal Joe Burks of Male proposes 
the following amendment to the bylaws 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation - An amendment to allow for 
tournament counting to be the same in 
soccer as in other KHSAA offerings. 
Bylaw 25, Limitation of Seasons 
6. Soccer 

(4) A season will consist of a mini- 
mum of six (6) games and a maximum of 
seventeen (17) games including invita- 
tional tournaments Each- g a m e pl a y e d, 
rrres p e c ti v e o TGontes t form a t. In any two 
(2) invitational or other type tournaments, 
the games played by a member school 
shall count as only one game against the 
limit of games. 

Rationale - To extend the tourna- 
ment counting exemption to soccer 
schools to allow for the playing of a full 
schedule in an already short season. 



February 
Championship Dates 

Swimming & Diving 

Feb. 17-18, 1995 
UK Aquatics Center 

Wrestling 

Feb. 17-18, 1995 

Atherton High School 



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FEBRUARY 1995 



Delegate List For '95 Assembly Meeting 



Each member school was asked to 
designate Its own delegate for the February 9, 
1995 Delegate Assembly meeting The follow- 
ing schools replied as reguested. 

Adair Co George Critz, Pr 

Allen Central David Bolen, AD 

Allen Co -Scottsville Larry Gilbert. Pr. 

Anderson Co Larry K Barnett. Pr 

Apollo Willis McClure. AD 

Assumption Carolyn Medley, AD 

Atherton Sandra Callatian. AD 

Augusta Larry Kelsctn. Spt 

Ballard James R Reuttner. AD 

Ballard Memorial B B Kendnck. AD 

Barbourvllle Vencil (Dinky) Phipps. AD 

Bardstown Tom Hamilton, Pr 

Barren Co. Bobby Steenbergen. AD 

Bath Co Roy C Wright. AD 

Beechwood Bob Burnett. AD 

Belfry Paul Dotson. AD 
Bell Co 

Bellevue Charles Coleman. AD 

Berea Stephen Riddle, AD 

Beth Haven Joe Bailey 

Bethlehem Bev Hart. AD 

Betsy Layne William Newsome, Jr.. AD 

Bishop Brossart Thomas Seither 

Boone Co Owen Hauck. AD 

Bourbon Co Kathy Johnston, AD 

Bowling Green Fred Carter, Pr 

Boyd Co, David R Bayes. AD 

Boyle Co. Tom Brown. Pr 

Bracken Co Robert H Barr. Pr 

Breathitt Co James Turner. AD 

Breckinridge Co Rob Cox. AD 

Brown Lenora Hay. Pr, 

Bryan Station Mona Chapman. AD 

Buckhorn Estill Neace, Coach 

Bullitt Central Bob Buege. AD 

Bullitt East Ed Bentley. AD 

Burgin Orin Simmerman. Pr 

Butler Kenneth Frick. Pr 

Butler Co Randy Burden. AD 

Caldwell Co John Hina. Pr 

Calloway Co Jerry F Ainley. Pr 

Campbell Co Tom Mohr, AD 

Campbellsville Chuck Vaughn. Pr 

Carlisle Co Dana H Rohrer. Pr 

Carroll Co Randy Mefford. AD 

Casey Co James Ellison 

Caverna Terry Martin. AD 

Cawood Tim Saylor. Asst. Pr 

Central Mike Daniels 

Central Hardin Dale Campbell. Pr 

Christian Acad -Lou. Bill McKinley. Dir. 

Christian Co Wilton C Gant, AD 

Christian Fellowship Russell Rich. AD 

Clay Co. Mike White 

Clinton Co, David Warinner. Pr, 

Conner Robert Young 

Corbin Curt Hart, AD 

Cordia BK Coach Dook Combs 

Covington Catholic Mike Guidugli, AD 
Covington Latin 

Crittenden Co Randy Congdon, Pr. 

Cumberland Edward Clem, Pr, 

Cumberland Co David Wells, AD 



Danville 
Daviess Co, 
Dawson Springs 
Dayton 
DeSales 
Deming 
Dilce Combs 
Dixie Heights 
Doss 

DuPont Manual 
East Carter 
Eastern 
Edmonson Co 
Elizabethtown 
Elkhorn City 
Elliott Co 
Eminence 
Estill Co 



Sam Harp, AD 

Bobby Majors, AD 

Philip Back, Pr 

Stan Steidel, AD 

JimCahill, AD 

Chuck Brown, Pr 

Ira Combs, AD 

Don Afterkirk, AD 

Gordon Milby, Pr 

Bob Jacobs, AD 

Harlan Fleming, Pr 

James A Sexton, Pr 

David L Stice, Pr 

Phillip Owen, Pr 

Randy McCoy, Coach 

Dwight Johnson, Pr 

Kenneth Gray, Pr 

Steve Garrett, Pr 



Evangel ChristianCoach Cheryl Nesselroade 

Evarts Wallace Napier, Pr 

Fairdale Steve Kinney, AD 

Fairview Johnda Conley, Pr 

Feds Creek Don Bowling, Pr 

Fern Creek Bill Azevedo, AD 

Fleming Co Gene Peterson, Pr 
Fleming-Neon 

Fort Campbell Marshall Patterson. AD 

Fort Knox Gary Thompson. AD 

Frankfort Frank Miklavcic. AD 
Franklin Co Gary W Lawson. Asst Pr 

Franklin-Simpson Frank Cardwell. Pr 

Frederick Fraize Rick Lasley, AD 

Fulton City Ward Bushart. Pr 

Fulton Co Arthur Moss. AD 

Gallatin Co Dorothy Perkins. AD 

Garrard Co. Marshall Norton 

George Rogers Clark Guy Strong 
Glasgow 

Grant Co Steve Simpson, AD 

Graves Co Don Jones. AD 

Grayson Co, Arnold Hack 

Green Co David Ryan 

Greenup Co Rex Cooksey, Asst Pr 

Greenwood Rick Sang, AD 

Hancock Co, H D Cowden, AD 

Harlan David R, Johnson, Pr 

Harrison Co Gary Dearborn. Pr 

Harrodsburg Alvis Johnson. AD 

Hart Co Jerry Taylor. AD 

Hazard Donald Mobelini. AD 

Heath Bill Bond. Pr 

Henderson Co Howard Crittenden. Pr 

Henry Clay Sam Simpson. AD 

Henry Co John Roberts. AD 

Heritage Bert Capel, AD 

Hickman Co Doug Swindler. Pr. 

Highlands George L Frakes, Pr 

Highview Baptist Jeff Morrow. AD 

Holmes Ron Madrick. AD 

Holy Cross (Cov ) Patnck J Ryan. AD 

Holy Cross (Lou ) Betty Dwyer. AD 

Holy Rosary Steve Miles. AD 

Hopkinsville Gary D. Satterfield. AD 

Iroquois Charles Daniel, AD 

Jackson City John Couch, AD 

Jackson Co, Billy Norris, AD 

Jeffersontown Jeff Edwards, AD 

Jenkins Homer C, Brown, Jr, 



Jessamine Co. Jim Scobee, AD 

Johnson Central Thomas Swartz. Pr 

June Buchanan Gary Gibson 

Ky, Country Day Ray Bauer, AD 

Ky School f/t Blind Richmond Marcy 
Ky School f/t Deaf 

Knott Co, Central Hiram Bradley. AD 

Knox Central Larry W Taylor. AD 

Lafayette Karen Vanover. AD 

LaRue Co John Sullivan 

Lawrence Co Kenneth Sammons. AD 

Lee Co Joe Morgan. AD 

Leslie Co Omus Shepherd, Pr 

Letcher Manis Blair, Coach 

Lewis Co Gary Kidwell, AD 

Lex, Catholic Danny Haney. AD 

Lex Christian Greg Williams. AD 

Lincoln Co Morris Stewart. AD 

Livingston Central Tom Counts. Pr 

Lloyd Memorial J T Mullitan. AD 

Logan Co Hugh McReynolds. AD 

Lone Oak Wallace Adams 

Lou. Collegiate Wendy Martin. AD 

Ludlow Glen Wise. AD 

Lynn Camp Larry Mills 

Lyon Co, Carroll Wadlington, Pr 

M C Napier Oramious Napier, Jr. 

Madison Central Bill Fultz, Pr 

Madison Southern Roy Evans. AD 

Madisonville-NH James Stevens. Pr. 

Magoffin Co Owen Lee Barnett. Pr, 

Male Jay Levine, AD 
Marion Co Charlie Lampley, Asst Pr. 

Marshall Co Doc Sanders, AD 

Mason Co Fred Hester, AD 

Mayfield Roger Fields 

McCreary Central Jerry A. Stephens, AD 

McLean Co Phil Carter, Pr. 

Meade Co James DeVries, AD 

Menifee Co Greg Howard 

Mercer Co James E Gash, Pr, 

Mercy Roy Bowling 

Metcalfe Co. Harold Chambers, AD 
Micah Christian 

Middlesboro Wayne Wilson. AD 

Millard Robert Wright. Pr, 
Millersburg Military Inst 
Model 

Monroe Co Sam Clark. AD 

Montgomery Co John Radjunas, Pr. 

Monticello Wade Upchurch, AD 

Moore Robert Ball. AD 

Morgan Co Scott Johnson 

Muhlenberg North Jim Price. AD 

Muhlenberg South Randy Ursrey. AD 

Murray Bill Wells. Pr. 

Nelson Co Mark E Brown. AD 

Newport James Weyer. AD 
Newport C Catholic Bob Schneider. AD 

Nicholas Co Ronald G Baker. AD 

North Bullitt Everett Baker. AD 

North Hardin Kim Shaw. Pr 

North Laurel Walter Hulett. AD 

Notre Dame Kim Gunning. Asst. AD 

Ohio Co. Fred Harper, Pr. 
Oldham Co, Steve Lauterback, Asst AD 

Oneida Baptist Inst, Oliver Hawkins 
Owen Co. Gran Mefford, Counselor 



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FEBRUARY 1995 


Owensboro 


Larry Moore. Pr 


Russellville 


Wayne Mullen 


Trimble Co. 


Garrett Bowling 


Owensboro Catholic 


Harold Staples 


Ryle 


Charles Holland, AD 


Trinity (Lou ) 


Bruce Lynch, AD 


Owsley Co 


Charlie Turner, AD 


Sacred Heart 


Donna B. Moir, AD 


Trinity (Whitesville) 


Larry Farmer, AD 


Paducah Tllghman 


Jack Haskins, AD 


Say re 


Steve Weir, AD 


Union Co 


Michael Thomas, AD 


Paintsvllle 


Mark A, Murray, Pr. 


Scott 


Allen D Rust, AD 


University Heights 


Jeff Jackson, AD 


Paris 




Scott Co. 


Bill Jones, Pr 


Valley 


Steve Reed 


Paul Blazer 


Jerry Umberger, AD 


Seneca 


Paul Callahan, AD 


Villa Madonna 




Paul Dunbar 


Frank Watson, AD 


Shawnee 


William Green, AD 


Waggener 


Bob Stewart, AD 


Pendleton Co. 


C Steve Craig 


Shelby Co 


Rod V Cloyd, AD 


Walden 


Bunny Daugherty, AD 


Ptielps 


Ronald Preece, Pr 


Shelby Valley 


Tom Searcy, AD 


Walton-Verona 


John Reeves, AD 


Pike Co. Central 


Roger Johnson, Pr 


Sheldon Clark 


John A Haney, Pr 


Warren Central 


Joe Hood, AD 


Pikeville 


David Thomas 


Silver Grove 


Steven R Sigmon, AD 


Warren East 


Joe Marcum, AD 


Pineville Thomas A Kelemen, Pr 


Simon Kenton 


Gerry Scaringi, AD 


Washington Co 


Ron Wigglesworth, Pr 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Russ Kline, AD 


Somerset 


Chuck Eckler, Pr 


Wayne Co 


George Horton, Pr 


Portland Christian 




South Floyd 




Webster Co 


Betsy Glover, Pr. 


Powell Co 


Rick Hall, AD 


South Hopkins 


Larry Woodward, Pr 


West Carter 


Jim Webb 


Presentation 


Jim Protenic, AD 


South Laurel 


G J. Smith, AD 


West Hopkins 


Mike K Duncan, Pr 


Prestonsburg 


Gary Hopkins, AD 


South Oldham 


Larry Phillips, AD 


Western 


Lester Gamble, Pr 


Providence 


Ralph Edwards, Pr 


Southern 


David Bennett, AD 


Western Hills 


Michael McKenzie, Pr 


Pulaski Co. 


David Fraley, AD 


Spencer Co 


Steve Slaughter, AD 


Whitesburg 


David Boggs, Pr 


Pulaski Southwestern 


Tom Prater, AD 


St Camillus 


Richard W Yaeger, AD 


Whitley Co 


Kenneth Powell, Pr 


Raceland 


Danny Mercer, Pr 


St Francis 


Whitney Hankins, AD 


Williamsburg 


Jerry Hodges, Pr 


Red Bird 


John D Wilson 


St Henry 


Dan Kraemer, AD 


Williamstown 


Kirk Hamsley, AD 


Reidland Robert Vannerson, AD 


St. Mary 


Mary Lee Hendricks 


Wolfe Co. 


Joe Robinson, AD 


Riverside Christian 




St Patrick 


Lex Turner, AD 


Woodford Co 


Steve Barnett, AD 


Rockcastle Co 


David Perkins, AD 


St Xavier 


Jerry Mayes, AD 






Rose Hill Christian 




Tales Creek 


Rick Phillips, AD 


KHSCA Jimmie 


Reed (Washington Co.) 


Rowan Co. 


Martin Voiers, Pr 


Taylor Co 




KHSADA Paul Dennison (Western) 


Russell 


Liz Trabandt, Pr 


Todd Co Central 


Jim Young, Pr 


KGSA 


Joan Mitchell (Hebron) 


Russell Co 


Larry Kinnett, AD 


Trigg Co 


Taylor Sparks, AD 







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FEBRUARY 1995 



Midseason Boys' Basketball Statistics 



K H S AA Regula 


Season Statistical Leaders • Janua 


ry 26, 1995 




Jackson City 


12 


7 


5 


977 


81 4 
























Pulaski Co 


13 


13 





1058 


81 4 










Boys' Individual Leade 


rs 










































Top-10 Scoring Defe 


nse Teams (ranked by points per game) 






Top-10 Scoring Leaders (ranked by points 


per game) 








School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Allow 


P-Gm 








Player 


School 


Gms 


2Pt 


3Pt 


FT 


PtsPer Gm | 


Muhlenberg North 


18 


17 


1 


793 


44 1 








Couch, Tim 


Leslie Co 


13 


123 


49 


99 


492 


378 


Greenup Co 


17 


11 


6 


867 


51 








Cotton, Phillip 


Dawson Springs 


12 


97 


41 


44 


361 


30 1 


Harlan 


13 


11 


2 


670 


51 5 








Graham, Tony 


Bethlehem 


15 


119 


35 


102 


445 


29 7 


Barren Co 


15 


10 


5 


784 


52 3 








Dumphord, Corey 


Pans 


17 


137 


44 


73 


479 


282 


Fairview 


14 


8 


6 


741 


52 9 








Wilson, Ryan 


Williamsburg 


12 


113 


17 


56 


333 


27 7 


Union Co 


13 


8 


5 


689 


53 








Powers, Joe 


Whitley Co 


16 


74 


68 


92 


444 


27 7 


Allen Co -Scottsville 


17 


14 


3 


906 


53 3 








Hopper, Brian 


South Hopkins 


18 


124 


48 


96 


486 


270 


Simon Kenton 


20 


17 


3 


1073 


53 6 








Hall, Jeremy 


Allen Central 


13 


66 


46 


76 


346 


26 6 


Holy Cross (Cov ) 


18 


15 


3 


981 


54 5 








James, Antwuan 


Fairdale 


14 


83 


37 


96 


373 


26 6 


Hancock Co 


16 


9 


7 


882 


55 1 








Foster, James 


Murray 


14 


140 


17 


42 


373 


26 6 




































Top-10 Scoring Marg 


nTear 


ns (ra 


nked by margin 


per game) 






Top-10 Field Goal Percentage Leaders 












School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Pts 


Avg 


Allow 


Avg Marg 


Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md 


Pet 






Harlan 


13 


11 


2 


967 


74 4 


670 


51 5 


22 9 


Lewis, Billy 


Newport 


12 


70 


51 


729 






Lexington Catholic 


19 


13 


6 


1569 


82 6 


1199 


63 1 


19 5 


Todd, Octavian 


Russellville 


14 


127 


89 


701 






Whitley Co 


16 


14 


2 


1534 


95 9 


1247 


77 9 


180 


Phillips, David 


Owensboro 


12 


64 


44 


688 






Pulaski Co 


13 


13 





1058 


81 4 


849 


55 3 


16 1 


Boggs, Scott 


Greenup Co 


15 


120 


82 


683 






Simon Kenton 


20 


17 


3 


1386 


69 3 


1073 


53 6 


157 


Powers, Doug 


Pikeville 


12 


134 


90 


672 






South Hopkins 


18 


15 


3 


1606 


89 2 


1331 


739 


153 


Washington, Jasor 


Frankfort 


15 


113 


75 


664 






Allen Co -Scottsville 


17 


14 


3 


1165 


68 5 


906 


53 3 


152 


Salyers, Jerome 


Boyd Co 


17 


106 


70 


660 






Frankfort 


15 


10 


5 


1136 


75 7 


910 


60 7 


150 


Centers, Shawn 


Cordia 


17 


152 


100 


658 






Bullitt East 


13 


10 


3 


1074 


82 6 


881 


67 8 


148 


Melton, Tom 


Webster Co 


15 


95 


62 


653 






Paul Blazer 


17 


16 


1 


1311 


77 1 


1075 


63 2 


139 


Freeman, Kenya 


Moore 


12 


115 


75 


652 








































Top-10 Field Goal Percentage Teams 












Top-10 Free Throw 


Percentage Leaders 












School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md 


Pet 






Bullitt East 


13 


10 


3 


324 


560 


0.579 






Powers, Joe 


Whitley Co 


16 


103 


92 


893 






Pans 


17 


11 


6 


420 


749 


0,561 






Engler, Brock 


Lyon Co 


16 


58 


50 


862 






Knott Co Central 


16 


9 


7 


370 


676 


0547 






Young, Austin 


Paul Blazer 


17 


95 


81 


853 






Greenup Co 


17 


11 


6 


350 


646 


542 






Fitzgerald, Chris 


Pulaski Co 


13 


95 


81 


853 






South Hopkins 


18 


15 


3 


575 


1058 


0538 






Willenbrink, Eric 


Russell 


13 


66 


56 


848 






Owensboro 


12 


10 


2 


271 


506 


536 






Wilkerson, Brad 


Apollo 


17 


99 


84 


848 






Apollo 


17 


13 


4 


279 


525 


0531 






Cotton, Phillip 


Dawson Springs 


12 


52 


44 


846 






Anderson Co 


16 


11 


5 


401 


755 


531 






Geralds, Ashley 


Monroe Co 


15 


84 


71 


845 






Carroll Co 


13 


6 


7 


245 


464 


528 






Royalty, Robbie 


Jenkins 


16 


96 


81 


844 






Clark Co 


16 


10 


6 


440 


836 


526 






Brewer, Tad 


Cordia 


17 


113 


95 


841 








































Top-10 Free Throw Percentage Teams 












Top-10 Three Pom 


t Field Goal Leaders (ranked by three point 


goals p/g) 


School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md 


P/G 






Apollo 


17 


13 


4 


240 


311 


772 






Snyder, Daren 


Hancock Co 


16 


149 


69 


4 3 






Marshall Co 


19 


11 


8 


334 


435 


0.768 






Shields, Josh 


Walton-Verona 


16 


147 


67 


42 






Knox Central 


18 


15 


3 


308 


405 


760 






Powers, Joe 


Whitley Co 


16 


193 


68 


4 2 






Hancock Co 


15 


9 


7 


236 


316 


0747 






Couch, Tim 


Leslie Co 


13 


115 


49 


3 8 






Montgomery Co 


13 


9 


4 


161 


215 


745 






Robinson, Toby 


Prestonsburg 


17 


168 


62 


36 






Knott Co Central 


16 


9 


7 


268 


361 


0742 






Hall, Jeremy 


Allen Central 


13 


103 


46 


3 5 






South Hopkins 


18 


15 


3 


295 


399 


0739 






Cotton, Phillip 


Dawson Springs 


12 


109 


41 


34 






Metcalfe Co 


21 


14 


7 


380 


515 


738 






Offutt, Craig 


South Hopkins 


18 


113 


55 


3 1 






South Laurel 


15 


9 


6 


219 


297 


737 






Brewer, Tad 


Cordia 


17 


123 


52 


3 1 






Paul Blazer 


17 


16 


1 


287 


394 


728 






Miller, Wesley 


Moore 


12 


66 


35 


2 9 








































Top-10 Three Point Field Goal Percentage Teams 








Top-10 Reboundin 


g Leaders (ranked by rebounds per 


game) 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Reb 


Avg 








Moore 


12 


5 


7 


62 


134 


463 






Wilson, Ryan 


Williamsburg 


12 


161 


134 








South Hopkins 


18 


15 


3 


168 


380 


442 






Day. Matt 


Fairview 


14 


183 


13 1 








Greenup Co 


17 


11 


6 


82 


187 


439 






Carlton, Will 


Anderson Co 


16 


209 


13 1 








Jackson City 


12 


7 


5 


59 


140 


421 






Warrick, Marqus 


Valley 


14 


181 


129 








Walton-Verona 


17 


7 


10 


107 


273 


0392 






Fawns, Billy Ray 


Montgomery Co 


13 


167 


12 8 








Hancock Co 


16 


9 


7 


114 


291 


392 






Vanhoose, J R 


Paintsville 


17 


216 


127 








Webster Co 


15 


7 


8 


81 


212 


0382 






Mullins, Gary 


Buckhorn 


12 


147 


122 








Holy Cross (Cov ) 


18 


15 


3 


65 


170 


382 






Jackson, David 


Whitley Co 


16 


185 


11 6 








Lexington Catholic 


19 


13 


6 


134 


352 


381 






Johnson, Dennis 


Harrodsburg 


17 


195 


11 5 








Harrison Co 


17 


12 


5 


125 


331 


0378 






Todd, Octavian 


Russellville 


14 


154 


11 










































Top-10 Rebounding 


Teams (ranked by 


rebounds 


per game) 








Boys' Team Leaders 








School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Reb 


P-Gm 
























Montgomery Co 


13 


9 


4 


531 


40.8 








Top-10 Scoring Teams (ranked by points per game) 








Paintsville 


17 


13 


4 


694 


40 8 








School 


Gms Won Lost Points 


P-Gm 






Fairdale 


14 


8 


6 


569 


40.6 








Whitley Co 


16 14 


2 


1534 


95,9 






Russellville 


14 


8 


6 


548 


39 1 








South Hopkins 


18 15 


3 


1606 


89,2 






Buckhorn 


12 


6 


6 


468 


39 








Mason Co 


15 10 


5 


1304 


869 






Holmes 


17 


10 


7 


660 


388 








Lexington Catholic 19 13 


6 


1569 


82,6 






Augusta 


14 


6 


8 


543 


388 








Bullitt East 


13 10 


3 


1074 


826 






Allen Co -Scottsville 


17 


14 


3 


651 


383 








Leslie Co 


14 8 


6 


1151 


82 2 






Dixie Heights 


12 


9 


3 


458 


38 2 








Fairdale 


14 8 


6 


1151 


822 






Pans 


17 


11 


6 


646 


38 









12 



ATHLETE 



FEBRUARY 1995 



Midseason Girls' Basketball Statistics 



Pike Co Central 



K.H S A A Regular Season Statistical Leaders • January 26, 1995 




Monroe Co 


20 


16 


4 


1375 


58 8 






















Pulaski Co 


14 


13 


1 


958 


68 4 










Girls' Ind 


vidual Leade 


rs 






































Top-10 Scoring Defer 


se Teams (ranked by point; 


perga 


me) 






Top-10 Sconng Leaders (ranked by points 


per game) 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Allow 


P-Gm 








Player 


School 


Gms 


2Pt 


3Pt FT 


Pts 


P/G 


Holy Cross (Lou ) 


15 


15 


1 


529 


33,1 








Walz, Jaime 


Highlands 


18 


116 


77 156 


619 


34 4 


Williamsburg 


12 


11 


1 


467 


389 








Hattiaway. Terica 


Providence 


17 


186 


2 139 


517 


30 4 


George Rogers Clark 


15 


13 


2 


584 


38 9 








Porter, Marrita 


Butler 


11 


134 


44 


312 


28 4 


Marion Co 


18 


17 


1 


724 


40 2 








Forman, Deati 


Lewis Co 


13 


124 


3 99 


356 


27 4 


Woodford Co 


13 


9 


4 


530 


408 








Lunsford, Stiea 


Jackson Co 


17 


171 


4 104 


458 


26 9 


Barren Co 


15 


9 


6 


638 


425 








Desmond, Stepti 


Newport Cathol 


c 17 


159 


3 109 


436 


25 6 


South Oldham 


16 


10 


6 


687 


42 9 








Murptiy, Kristy 


Marion Co 


18 


178 


4 91 


459 


25 5 


Lafayette 


11 


7 


4 


477 


43 4 








Brandon, Melissa 


Oneida Baptist 


12 


103 


11 56 


295 


24 6 


Mason Co 


10 


7 


3 


445 


44 5 








Weed, Nicole 


Carroll Co 


11 


67 


29 47 


268 


24 4 


Bullitt East 


17 


15 


2 


760 


44 7 








Baker, Heather 


Pulaski Co 


14 


136 


5 61 


338 


24 1 


































Top-10 Scoring Marg 


n Teams (ra 


nked by margin 


per game) 






Top-10 Field Goal Percentage Lead 


ers 










School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Pts 


Avg 


Allow 


AvgMargin 


Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md Pet 






Holy Cross (Lou ) 


16 


15 


1 


1276 


79 7 


529 


33 1 


46 6 


Porter, Marrita 


Butler 


11 


184 


134 0728 






Webster Co 


15 


14 


1 


1192 


79 5 


728 


48 5 


31 


Byars, Ractiel 


Union Co 


16 


213 


143 671 






Whitesburg 


16 


16 





1221 


76 3 


746 


46 6 


297 


Williamson, April 


Gallatin Co 


18 


164 


108 659 






Marion Co 


18 


17 


1 


1214 


67 4 


724 


40 2 


27 2 


Hester, Ctirisli 


Holy Cross (Lou 


) 16 


201 


130 647 






Bullitt East 


17 


15 


2 


1217 


71 6 


760 


44 7 


26 9 


Ashby, Neco 


Shelby Co 


11 


76 


49 645 






Williamsburg 


12 


11 


1 


779 


64 9 


467 


38 9 


26 


Grafton, Kelly 


Logan Co 


11 


58 


37 638 






Marshall Co 


16 


15 


1 


1 146 


71 6 


737 


46 1 


25 5 


Bass, Alison 


Bullitt East 


17 


258 


171 638 






Breathitt Co 


13 


12 


1 


1026 


78 9 


700 


53 8 


25 1 


Dennison, Steph 


Edmonson Co 


18 


239 


152 636 






Union Co 


16 


15 


1 


1073 


67 1 


753 


47 1 


20 


Sctiell, Karen 


Lafayette 


11 


123 


77 626 






Graves Co 


17 


12 


5 


1131 


66 5 


792 


46.6 


199 


Atzinger, Danielle 


Holy Cross (Lou ) 16 


131 


82 626 






































Top-10 Field Goal Percentage Teams 












Top-10 Free Throw/ Percentage Leaders 










School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md Pet 






Logan Co 


11 


7 


4 


238 


444 


536 






Bowen, Bradie 


Grant Co 


10 


35 


31 886 






Butler 


12 


8 


4 


320 


604 


0530 






Walz, Jaime 


Highlands 


18 


177 


156 881 






Marshall Co 


16 


15 


1 


453 


897 


505 






Enwin, Kristy 


AllenCo-Scoltsville17 


80 


66 825 






Holy Cross (Lou ) 


16 


15 


1 


523 


1037 


504 






Board, Joy 


Lincoln Co 


12 


62 


50 806 






Muhlenberg North 


14 


12 


2 


249 


514 


484 






Pentacost, Vickie 


Muhlenberg North 14 


66 


53 803 






Gallatin Co 


18 


13 


5 


424 


884 


480 






Finn, Amanda 


Conner 


14 


54 


43 796 






Trigg Co 


10 


3 


7 


407 


850 


479 






Wheatley, Crystal 


North Hardin 


15 


65 


51 785 






Warren East 


20 


17 


3 


525 


1118 


470 






Buchanan, Amy 


Graves Co 


17 


95 


74 779 






Bullitt East 


17 


15 


2 


461 


980 


470 






Bowling, Steff 


Fairview 


13 


108 


84 778 






Montgomery Co 


17 


14 


3 


441 


940 


469 






Howard, Brigette 


Marshall Co 


16 


76 


59 776 






































Top-10 Free Throw Percentage Teams 












Top-10 Three Point Field Goal Leaders (ranked by three point goals 


p/g) 


School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md P/G 






Muhlenberg North 


14 


12 


2 


264 


354 


746 






Walz, Jaime 


Highlands 


18 


201 


77 4 3 






Highlands 


18 


12 


6 


209 


293 


0713 






Jarvis, Stephanie 


Muhlenberg North 14 


104 


49 3 5 






Pulaski Co 


14 


13 


1 


163 


237 


0688 






Griffin, Tracey 


Shelby Co 


11 


115 


37 3 4 






Breathitt Co 


13 


12 


1 


177 


263 


673 






Bowen, Bradie 


Grant Co 


10 


63 


31 3 1 






Carroll Co 


11 


9 


2 


140 


208 


673 






Weed, Nicole 


Carroll Co 


11 


75 


29 26 






Graves Co 


17 


12 


5 


237 


354 


669 






Brown, Gretchen 


Somerset 


1 1 


70 


26 2 4 






Monroe Co 


20 


16 


4 


315 


475 


663 






Sowders, Synthia 


Knox Central 


14 


76 


34 2 4 






Apollo 


15 


8 


7 


191 


288 


663 






Carter, Stacy 


West Carter 


14 


94 


34 2 4 






Edmonson Co 


18 


11 


7 


164 


248 


661 






Embry, Leah 


Frederick Fraize 12 


101 


28 2 3 






Allen Co -Scottsville 


17 


8 


9 


183 


277 


661 






Kiefer, Crystal 


Dayton 


12 


80 


27 2 2 






































Top-10 Three Point F 


leld Goal Percentage Teams 








Top-10 Reboundin 


g Leaders (ranked by rebound; 


per game) 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Reb 


Avg 






Ky School f/t Deaf 13 






6 7 


8 


160 500 




Herald, Josie 


Breathitt Co 


13 


241 


18 5 






Muhlenberg North 


14 


12 


2 


49 


105 


467 






Hamilton, Candee 


Ky School f/t Deaf 13 


219 


168 






Scott Co 


14 


12 


2 


74 


175 


423 






Hathaway, Terica 


Providence 


17 


265 


156 






Marshall Co 


16 


15 


1 


21 


50 


420 






Jackson, Shanica 


Atherton 


14 


210 


150 






Grant Co 


10 


4 


6 


53 


129 


0411 






Lunsford, Shea 


Jackson Co 


17 


250 


14 7 






Kentucky Country Day 12 


4 


8 


6 


15 


400 






Railey, Elisha 


Bardstown 


16 


230 


14 4 






Fairview 


14 


8 


6 


26 


66 


394 






Reutman, Kelly 


Villa Madonna 


19 


268 


14 1 






Meade Co 


16 


10 


6 


30 


81 


370 






Porter, Marnta 


Butler 


11 


150 


136 






North Hardin 


15 


8 


7 


49 


134 


366 






Farley, Laura 


Model 


14 


183 


13 1 






Williamsburg 


12 


1 1 


1 


28 


77 


0364 






Harnson, Crystal 


Oneida Baptist 


12 


156 


130 






































Top-10 Rebounding Teams 


(ranked by rebounds per game) 








Girls' Team Leaders 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Reb 


P-Gm 






















Oneida Baptist Institute 12 


8 


4 


563 


469 








Top-10 Scoring Teams (ranked by points per game) 






Breathitt Co 


13 


12 


1 


606 


46.6 








School 


Gms Won Lost Points 


P-Gm 






Berea 


20 


14 


6 


899 


45.0 








Holy Cross (Lou ) 


16 15 


1 


276 


79 7 






Kentucky School f/t Deafi 3 


6 


7 


578 


44 5 








Webster Co 


15 14 


1 


192 


79 5 






Newport Central Catholic17 


13 


4 


739 


435 








Breathitt Co 


13 12 


1 


026 


78 9 






Notre Dame 


15 


8 


7 


641 


427 








Whitesburg 


16 16 





221 


76 3 






Shelby Valley 


10 


4 


6 


418 


41 8 








Marshall Co 


16 15 


1 


146 


71 6 






Belfry 


11 


7 


4 


457 


41 5 








Bullitt East 


17 15 


2 


1217 


71 6 






Central 


16 


10 


6 


661 


41.3 








Carroll Co 


11 9 


2 


775 


705 






Bishop Brossart 


12 


9 


3 


484 


403 









ATHLETE 



13 



FEBRUARY 1995 



1994 KAPOS CHEERLEADING CHAMPIONS 



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PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR BULLDOGS 

7994 Soys' State-At-Large Champions 
Front Row (L-R) Traci Runyon, Tara Ratliff, Stephanie Wlliams, Darcy Doggett, Nikki Bray 
Second Row: Tracy Lang, Emily Franklin, Jenny Morgan, Sarati Shoemaker. Amy Bryant, 
Whitney Wainscott Third Row Nancy Buzard, Jenny Carter, Shanna Brown, Tammie Garrard, 
Tammy Britton, Coach Donna Martin 




SPENCER COUNTY BEARS 

1994 Girls' State-At-Large Champions 
Front Row: (L-R) Angie Holmqulst, Cortney Albert, Carrie Van Arsdale, Becky Churchman, 
Korrie Byrd Back Row: Coach Phyllis Jenkins, Jessica Lawson, Amanda Herndon, Jennifer 
Perry, Andrea Hughes, Nonnie Haydon 



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Tournament Guidelines For KAPOS '95 



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Participating cheerleader and 
cheerleading coaches registration: all 
cheerleading squads and/or coaches are 
asked to stop by the Kentucky Associa- 
tion of Pep Organization Sponsors table 
to: 

1 Register your squad 

2 Pick up important information and 
materials for your squad 

Along with a KAPOS Board member, 
there will be high school cheerleaders to 
assist you. They can be identified by their 
hostess armbands Feel free to ask them 
for help, and in turn, they may seek you 
and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators In or- 
der to make their task easier, we are ask- 
ing that you register your seat, row and 
section number. A possible radio inter- 
view is often missed because the guides 
could not locate the desired person in 
time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room; We remind all 
cheerleaders and coaches that you are 
cordially invited to have refreshments, so- 
cialize with friends, exchange ideas and 
perhaps get help with your problems at 
our hospitality room 

Attention Pnncipals: If your team will 
be participating in the Sweet 16, included 
in the packet sent to you by the KHSAA 
will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for 
this and relay all information to your 
cheerleading coach We request your 
cheerleaders be chaperoned by a well- 
qualified, school-approved adult. Verifi- 
cation of this, along with your 
cheerleading coach's name, must be re- 
ported in the letter of confirmation which 
you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of the KAPOS officer prior to the 
time your cheerleaders take the floor. 

Important: Please be sure your 
school is a paid member of KAPOS or 
pays the fee before their first game in 
order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tour- 
nament. The winners will be determined 
by use of a KAPOS Judging Sheet - a 
copy appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

Awarding Trophies 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstand- 
ing cheerleading squads with recognition 
they so well deserve. All cheerleader 



awards will be presented between games 
on Friday night of the State Tournament. 
The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleading squad in 
the Boys' Sweet 16 will receive the Ted 
Sanford Trophy; the Girls' Sweet 16 win- 
ner will receive the Tom Mills Award. The 
runner-up, third- and fourth-place squads 
will receive trophies. In addition, the Spe- 
cial K-Pep Award will be presented. All 
tournament cheerleading squads and 
their coaches are asked to be located 
close to the playing floor so they can eas- 
ily come on the floor should they win an 
award 

Sportsmanship Month 

While every month should be Good 
Sportsmanship Month, KAPOS has al- 
ways tried to put special emphasis on 
being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good 
citizen We don't believe good citizens 
need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially 
fitting at tournament time to remind all 
citizens that it is a privilege to be able to 
attend the tournament and that each in- 
dividual can contribute to the success of 
the tournament if he will abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed pro- 
claimed by Governor Brereton Jones. The 
Governor's proclamation is on display at 
the KAPOS table Remember, Be A 
Sporti 

State-At-Large Champions 

Recognition is given annually to the 
cheerleading squads other than those 1 6 
fortunate enough to participate with their 
teams in the State Tournament. The win- 
ner will receive the Jane Meyer Trophy, 
while the runner-up will receive the 
KAPOS President's Trophy. Other tro- 
phies will be presented for the third- 
through lOth-place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all 
squads that are KAPOS members are 
eligible to be judged for the honor of rep- 
resenting their district in the KAPOS Re- 
gion-At-Large cheerleading competition. 
The winner and runner-up of each dis- 
trict will progress to the region. In turn, 
the girls' varsity winner and runner-up and 
the boys' varsity winner and runner-up in 
the Traditional routine and the winner of 
the ZVz minute routine from each region 
is allowed to compete for the State-At- 
Large Cheerleading Championship. 

Judging for the Boys' State-At-Large 
winners will take place at 8:30 a.m., Sat- 
urday, March 18, at Memorial Coliseum 
in Lexington. Judging for the Girls' State- 
At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 



a.m., Saturday, March 25, at Memorial 
Coliseum. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission 
charge of $4 will go toward the expenses 
of the KAPOS scholarship award - de- 
tails are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, tro- 
phies will be awarded to the top squads 
in addition to several special awards. 

Notes To Administrators 

Many of you have responded to our 
SOS in releasing teaching personnel to 
assist with the many tasks necessary to 
keep this organization functioning effec- 
tive. 

Again, we need judges and person- 
nel help at the tournament. This involves 
at least 12-15 people It is also back- 
breaking, tiresome work. However, we 
have many dedicated persons who have 
indicated a willingness to help share 
these duties provided they get a release 
from their administrators. Therefore, the 
KAPOS Board is seeking your under- 
standing and cooperation should you be 
asked to release a teacher from his or 
her duties to help carry on the work 
KAPOS is doing to make cheerleading a 
worthwhile educational experience in the 
state of Kentucky. 

Stella S. Gilb Scholarship 

KAPOS is happy to annually award 
the Stella S. Gilb Scholarship to outstand- 
ing cheerleaders from Kentucky. In 1994, 
KAPOS awarded 10, $500 scholarships 
to well-deserving cheerleaders. One of 
your cheerleaders may be a potential 
scholarship winner, so get your applica- 
tions in early. Applications must be turned 
in no later that Apnl 30 Contact a KAPOS 
Board member or officer for application 
forms or pick them up at the State Tour- 
nament KAPOS table. 

KAPOS Services 

• Maintains an affiliation with the 
KHSAA in order that we may help them 
and they may assist us in any way pos- 
sible to promote good sportsmanship in 
the state of Kentucky. 

• Maintains continual communication 
with cheerleading coaches in the state to 
ascertain their needs, problems, sugges- 
tions and criticism. 

• Holds judging clinics to promote bet- 
ter understanding between cheerleading 
coaches and judges and to encourage 
consistency in interpretation of KAPOS 
rules and recommendations. 

• Sponsors awards to outstanding 



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cheerleading squads at the district, re- 
gional and state levels. 

• Sponsors Sportsmanship Month dur- 
ing March. 

• Serves as host of the KAPOS table 
and the KAPOS Hospitality Room at the 
Girls' and Boys' Sweet 16s. 

• Sponsors the Stella S. Glib Scholar- 
ship, an educational scholarship awarded 
each year to outstanding and deserving 
cheerleaders in Kentucky. 

• Presents the "Cheerleading Coach of 
the Year Award" for both girls' and boys' 
coaches. 



• Presents the "Pat Dooley K-Pep 
Award" in each region and state tourna- 
ment. 

• Members serve as instructors and 
judges as requested by the various 
groups (KHSAA, YMCA, NCAA, schools, 
etc.). 

• Sponsors the Kentucky Cheerleading 
Coaches Conference each July or August 
in Lexington. 

• Sponsors a Medical Symposium de- 
signed for cheerleading coaches. 



Membership Requirements 

Membership in KAPOS is open to all 
schools who are affiliated with a school 
system in Kentucky. Dues are $50 per 
varsity squad including 15 cheerleaders 
and two coaches and entitle the school 
to membership in the organization for the 
fiscal year from July 1 through June 30. 

Dues should be paid to the treasurer 
of KAPOS by Dec. 15. A membership 
card will then be returned to you. A 
KAPOS Handbook is mailed to all high 
school principals at the beginning of each 
school year. 



1994 Tournament Champions 




PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR 
BULLDOGS 

7994 Soys' Sweef Sixteen Champions 

Front Row (L-R) Tara Ratliff, Amy Bryant, 
Traci Runyon, Whitney Wainscott, Tammie 
Garrard, Tammy Britton, Emily Franklin. Stand- 
ing: Darcy Doggett, Tncia Bunch, Tracy Lang, 
Nikki Bray, Shanna Brown, Jenny Morgan, 
Sarah Shoemaker, Anisha Beatty, Stephanie 
Williams, Jenny Carter, Nancy Buzard 



HENDERSON COUNTY 
COLONELS 

1994 Girls' Sweet Sixteen Ctiampions 

Front Row (L-R) Kellye Denton, Lindsay 
Magnus, Jennifer Gibson, Andrea Cobb (cap- 
tain), Margaux Head, Susan Sights Back Row: 
Coach Kelly Neill Pankratz, Meg Sewell, 
Krystal Todd, Whitney Pardue, Stephanie 
Berrong, Martha Griffin. 




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He Did Build It And Now They're Coming 



COACHES CARE 
AWARD 

Alfred Redman, head basketball 
coach at Wyoming Indian High School in 
Ethete, Wyo, , is receiving national rec- 
ognition this month for utilizing his knowl- 
edge and resources to help Native Ameh- 
can youngsters have a school of their 
own. Redman is being honored in coach- 
ing publications by Coaches Care, the 
public service program created by The 
Gatorade Company that pays tribute to 
high school coaches for providing young 
people with new opportunities and posi- 
tive life experiences, 

Redman, who was raised on the 
Wind River Reservation, knew all to well 
that school absenteeism and unemploy- 
ment were common symptoms of an in- 
effective education system So in the 
early 1 970s, he joined tribal leaders and 
concerned parents to build a school that 
would breed hope as well as knowledge, 

Redman's early years as an em- 
ployee of the U.S. Government's Bureau 
of Indian Affairs gave him the knowledge 
to navigate bureaucratic red tape, which 
was instrumental in getting the Wyoming 
Indian High School built in 1972. Once 
the school opened, Redman followed his 
love for sports and joined the coaching 
staff as an assistant coach for football, 
basketball, volleyball and track 

For eight years, the school was sup- 
ported solely through the fund-raising ef- 
forts of the community, and was not an 
accredited school. Then in 1978, with in- 
tent to overcome the paucity of funding, 
athletic equipment and uniforms, 
Redman and other school board mem- 
bers developed a plan to join a local state 
supported elementary school By 1981, 
the first public school district was started 
on the Wind River Reservation 

Redman was named head coach at 
the Wyoming Indian School in 1982 after 
receiving his teaching certificate from Fort 
Wright College in Spokane, Wash Since 
then, he has gone on to win more than 
200 games and five state titles. 

"I decided to get my teaching certifi- 
cate because I knew the kids deserved 
more than what I was giving them," said 
Redman, who currently teaches Ameri- 
can government and current events. "I 
wanted to share my knowledge and ex- 
periences with kids in the classroom as 
well as on the court" 

But Redman's true passion is for aca- 
demics, not athletics. 

"Al is very serious about scholastic 
excellence and helping kids go beyond 




Alfred Redman, head basketball coach at Wyoming Indian High School, 
utilized his knowledge nad resources to help Native American young- 
sters to have a school of ther own. 



high school to carry out the leadership 
skills they learn from athletics," said Lonn 
Hoffman, principal at Wyoming Indian 
High School. "He lives and breathes for 
the students, encouraging them to do 
better for themselves and be proud of who 
they are in society," 

Many of Redman's athletes live on 
their own or in extended families, so he 
checks on them to make sure they attend 
school, and keeps them busy during the 
summer. He and his staff volunteer their 
time at summer camps and coordinate 
fund-raisers so the kids can attend. 

"Al has a reputation of going well be- 
yond what you'd think most people would 
do for kids, even if they see just a little 
light, a little glimmer of hope," said 
Hoffman. 

"With so many distractions in soci- 
ety today, young people need coaches 
like Alfred Redman to steer them in the 



right direction," said Patti Jo Sinopoli, 
group manager of public relations at The 
Gatorade Company. "And we're proud to 
share his story with others across the 
country." 

Since 1 990, 522 coaches nationwide 
have been named to the Coaches Care 
Honor Roll. Redman is one of 21 coaches 
who have been featured in full-page ad- 
vertisements that appear in coaching and 
athletic publications such as Scholastic 
Coach, Athletic Business and Training & 
Conditioning magazines. 

High school coaches can be nomi- 
nated for Coaches Care distinction by 
principals, athletic directors, teachers, 
fellow coaches, parents and student-ath- 
letes. Selection criteria and a nomination 
form may be obtained by writing: 
Coaches Care, P.O. Box 194, Hinsdale, 
IL 60522-0194. 



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FEBRUARY 1995 



Officials Awards Banquet Coming Soon 



By Larry Boucher 
KHSAA Officials' Division 

Don't miss out! 

Reservations for this year's Officials' 
Banquet are arriving. This Is an opportu- 
nity for you to socialize with fellow offi- 
cials while recognizing those who have 
been outstanding In their stripes. And 
even more inviting, It's all free. 

We've scheduled this banquet at the 
KHSAA headquarters in Lexington for 
Saturday, March 18 at 3 p.m. We hope It 
will be convenient at that time and day 
so that following our banquet, most will 
want to catch the championship game of 
the Boys' Sweet Sixteen at Rupp Arena 
at 8 p.m. 

Our banquet tips off with an enter- 
tainment hour followed by a buffet dinner 
and presentations at 4 p.m. Soft drinks 
are provided and drinks are free. Just cut 
out the reservation form below and re- 
turn by March 1 . 

This will be fun for all followed by 
some great basketball action that night! 

Nominees 

The following are nominees for "Out- 
standing Officials" in their respective 
sports: 

Baseball: Bart Rison, Mondo 
AngeluccI, Mike Melton, Keith Morgan; 

Basketball: Jay Asher, Barry 
Barnes, Scott Bottoms, Vicki Kapitan; 

Football: Carl Klusman, L.V. 
McGlnty, Tommy Thompson, Gary 
'Varney; 

Golf: Lou Brown, Ernie Denham, 
Marty Donlon, Kay Smith, 

Soccer: Andre Johannes, John D. 
McGee, Joe Roesel, John Whyland; 

Softball: Terry Cook, Morris Durbin, 
Reynolds Flynn, John Smart; 

Swimming: Tim Cahill, Wynn Paul, 



Fussle Saalfeld, Paul Short; 

Tennis: Larry Heflln, Jerry Johns, 
Kathy Johnston, Joe Kroh; 

Track: Gordon Bocock, John Gettler, 
Morris Longacre, Charlie Ruter; 

Volleyball: Luci Cecil, Stephen 
Potts, John Smith, Katie Wesseling; 

Wrestling: Don Colston, Allan Mar- 
tin, Donnie Martin, Joe Neely. 

Working For You 

In Louisville during a January Board 
of Control meeting In 1992, I asked the 
Board to allow an increase of $5 in 
official's annual registration fee. I re- 
quested this based on the provision that 
those additional monies be placed In an 
officials' trust fund and that these mon- 
ies would only be used for officials' pro- 
grams and activities. 

It is intended to be earmarked for 
programs that would recognize the ac- 
complishments and contributions that of- 
ficials in each of our sports have made. 

Recognition for a job well done is the 
cornerstone to an outstanding officials 
program. It enhances recruitment as well 
as the retention goals that we have. Rec- 
ognition will motivate individuals to train 
themselves to be their best and all of this 
will. In the final analysis, help our young 
high school athletes as they compete. 

My personal feeling is that what we 
do in ttiis area is limited only by our imagi- 
nation. I look forward to input from you 
as we dream and plan for future programs 
and ideas recognizing your commitment 
to our student-athletes. 

Some of the things we have done in- 
clude: 

• Issued over 200 personalized hand- 
bags to officials working our champion- 
ship events; 

• issued over 300 personalized cer- 
tificates to championship officials; 



1995 OFFICIALS AWARDS BANQUET 



Please complete this form, clip and return by March 1, 1995, to KHSAA Awards 
Banquet, 2280 Executive Drive. Lexington, KY 40505, or fax this form to (606) 
293-5999. 



Name 



Address 


City, State, Zip 


Phone 


Will you be bringing a guest? 


Yes 


No 



• sponsored a free awards banquet 
in March; 

• presented mantel clocks to each 
sport's most outstanding official at the 
banquet; 

• will issue watches to outstanding 
sport's officials nominees; 

• issuing KHSAA championship Fox 
40 whistles to officials working champi- 
onship contests; 

• paid additional expert observers of 
officials at various events; 

• videotaped and critiqued champi- 
onship official's performances. 

I am hopeful these things will moti- 
vate you to aspire to a level that will gain 
you your due recognition for all your hard 
work and dedication. 

Remember, our (your and mine) 
imagination is our only limitation. 

This past January, we approached 
the Board of Control to aid us in our offi- 
cials recruiting and retention efforts. We 
asked that registration fees for full-time 
college students be decreased to $1 5 for 
the first sport and $1 for each additional 
sport. 

We also asked that registration fees 
for officials serving the KHSAA for 25 
years or longer be waived. The Board 
unanimously approved our recommenda- 
tion. This will begin with the 1 995-96 reg- 
istration period. 

NFICA/NFIOA Annual Meeting 

Our own Lexington, Ky., will be the 
site of the annual NFICA/NFIOA meeting 
in 1996 It's scheduled June 21-25, 1996 
at the Hyatt Regency adjacent to Rupp 
Arena. The national meeting is for 
coaches and officials of all sports and will 
be held the same weekend as the Ken- 
tucky-Tennessee All-Star football game. 

Many of our officials' organizations 
have numerous required meetings pre- 
paring for the season. To encourage at- 
tendance by our host state and exemplify 
the hospitality our state is noted for, I 
suggest a consideration should be given 
those officials who attend the national 
conference. Perhaps credit for several 
meetings could be awarded. All organi- 
zations should give this idea serious con- 
sideration. 

The 1995 meeting this summer will 
be held in Washington, DC. 

Technical Fouls 

During observations, I have seen 
some confusion on administration of tech- 
nical fouls. Many times, officials make 
moves in the direction of the wrong bas- 
ket to shoot the free throws. Heading to 

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Quarterback Spike Among Rules Changes 



KANSAS CITY - Beginning with the 
1995 high school football season, quar- 
terbacks will be able to intentionally throw 
the ball forward to the ground to conserve 
time late in the game, as long as it is 
thrown immediately after receiving a di- 
rect hand-to-hand snap. 

This rule change, which as been in 
effect at the college and professional lev- 
els for several years, was one of 16 
passed by the National Federation Foot- 
ball Rules Committee at its Jan. 7-9 meet- 
ing in Albuquerque, N.M. 

"Since quarterbacks will be able to 
spike the ball legally late in games to con- 
serve time, it takes pressure off the offi- 
cials to make a difficult judgement call 
when quarterbacks are trying to legally 
stop the clock," Dick Schindler, assistant 
director of the National Federation and 
editor of the high school football rules, 
said. "This has proved to be a very posi- 
tive rule at other levels, and, with this pro- 
cedure, it will make it an easier call for 
officials. A team is simply using a down 
to stop the clock. This is the rule change 
that should be the most noticeable at 
games next fall." 

The committee, which is composed 
of one representative of each state high 
school association that uses National 
Federation playing rules, continued its 
emphasis on sportsmanship by strength- 
ening its position against unsportsman- 
like behavior. 

Beginning with the 1995 season, the 
second unsportsmanlike foul by a player 
or nonplayer will result in disqualification 
from the contest. The rules previously 
covered penalties for unsportsmanlike 



conduct, but there were no limits on the 
number of these penalties in a game. 

"We had a similar disqualification rule 
for coaches, but we had no limits for play- 
ers and nonplayers," Schindler said. "This 
change now penalizes everyone equally 
and ties this rule all together." 

Kaye Pearce, executive director of 
the Kansas State High School Activities 
Association and in his first year as chair- 
man of the National Federation Football 
Rules Committee, believes the stricter 
sportsmanship requirement was the most 
significant change this year. 

"We believe that high school activi- 
ties must promote sportsmanship, ethics 
and citizenship, and this additional pen- 
alty was put in place to help ensure proper 
behavior in high school football," Pearce 
said. "All in all, the rules committee didn't 
make any major changes because it be- 
lieves the game is in good shape." 

In other changes, the committee for- 
mulated a definition of fighting and pro- 
vided a penalty of 1 5 yards and disquali- 
fication. Schindler said although aspects 
of fighting previously were included un- 
der illegal contact, an actual definition of 
fighting was absent from the book. He 
said a definition was needed to be able 
to enforce rules which penalize fighting. 

The 1 995 rules book will define fight- 
ing as "any attempt by a player or 
nonplayer to strike or engage an oppo- 
nent in a combative manner unrelated to 
football. Such acts include but are not lim- 
ited to: attempts to strike an opponent(s) 
with the arm(s), hand(s), leg(s) or foot 
(feet), whether or not there is contact." 

The committee approved one signifi- 



cant equipment change that will occur five 
years from now. Beginning with the 1 999 
season, football jerseys must be long 
enough to reach the top of the pants and 
must be tucked in if longer. Cut-off jer- 
seys will not be allowed after the 1998 
season. 

Following is a summary of other re- 
visions to high school football rules ap- 
proved by the Football Rules Committee: 

• The home team shall provide at 
least one legal ball. Previously, this was 
not mandated. 

• On the player's uniform, each num- 
ber may have a single, solid colored bor- 
der, not to exceed one-half inch in width. 
This change will allow for the popular, 
fashionable shaded numbers, i.e. 49ers. 

• Jewelry may not be worn during 
play. 

• Blocking below the waist and/or 
clipping in the free-blocking zone is not 
to continue after the ball has left the zone. 

• A new choice will be allowed to snap 
or free kick following a fair catch or 
awarded catch if a dead ball foul occurs 
before the play or an inadvertent whistle 
sounds and a replay results. 

• Touching a forward pass by an in- 
eligible behind the line will be illegal 
touching and flagged where the touch- 
ing occurs and penalized as a loose ball 
foul. 

Points of emphasis identified by the 
committee this year are roughing the 
kicker/holder/passer, taunting or baiting, 
and shifts/false starts. 



The New Official KHSAA 
Fox 40 Whistle 




WHAT A BLAST! 



Each is designed with the official KHSAA logo in gold on a black Fox 40 Whistle and 

can be purchased at the KHSAA for just $5.00! 

To order by mail, simply send a check or money order to 

KHSAA Merchandise, 2280 Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. 

Please enclose $1 for shipping and handling. Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 



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iiniiniiiiimi»«««Ml 



FEBRUARY 1995 



1995 Wrestling Rules Interpretations 




SITUATION #1: At the start of the third 
period, Wrestler A is up and Wrestler B 
is down. A applies an illegal hold and B 
is injured. During the recovery time the 
coach of Wrestler A says his wrestler 
should have started down for the third 
period. We now have bad time and, after 
two minutes recovery time, Wrestler B is 
unable to continue wrestling. 
RULING: Wrestler A is the winner by de- 
fault because all points earned during the 
third period are cancelled because of bad 
time. The only exception to this would be 
acts of flagrant misconduct. They are 
never overlooked regardless of the situ- 
ation surrounding a correctable error. (6- 
6-2) 

SITUATION #2: In an overtime match 
both wrestlers are warned for stalling af- 
ter 45 seconds of competition, does the 
match, at this point, go into the tiebreaker 
or do we continue with the remainder of 
the overtime'^' 

RULING: The overtime would be contin- 
ued when both wrestlers are warned for 
stalling. The only time you discontinue the 
overtime period and go directly to the 
tiebreaker is when both wrestlers are 
penalized an equal number of points. (6- 
7-1) 

SITUATION #3: With wrestlers in the neu- 
tral position, one wrestler false starts and 
applies a single leg on his opponent. The 
action is such that the wrestler suffered 
a leg injury that prevents him from con- 
tinuing. What is the proper penalty "i* 
RULING: There could be several inci- 
dents that occur in a legal maneuver 
where a wrestler might become injured 
and not be able to continue competition 
As long as the referee feels that it is 
strictly a technical violation and no un- 
necessary roughness or unsportsmanlike 
conduct was involved then there would 
be no additional penalty beyond the tech- 
nical violation. If the injured contestant 
was unable to continue after two minutes 
of injury time then he would lose the 
match by default. (8-2-2) 
SITUATION #4: At the conclusion of the 
1 1 9-pound match the 1 26-pound contes- 
tants report to the scorer's table. The in- 
dividual that reports first still has his 
warm-ups on Is this permissible? 
RULING: The rule states that, in dual 
meet competition, the wrestler must be 
ready to go to the scorer's table immedi- 
ately when called by the referee. This 
implies that the individual be ready to 
wrestle when he reports to the scorer's 
table. Therefore, the warm-ups must be 
off and, following reporting to the table, 
the wrestlers need to proceed directly to 
the center of the mat for the start of the 
match. There should be no delay from 



the time the wrestlers report until they go 
to the center of the mat for competition. 
(6- 2- 2) 

SITUATION #5: When a wrestler is in- 
jured and bleeding by an illegal hold, un- 
necessary roughness or unsportsmanlike 
conduct during the match, you are re- 
quired to start the two minute recovery 
time. What is the proper procedure for the 
referee to follow at the conclusion of the 
two minute recovery time if the wrestler 
is still bleeding? 

RULING: At that point, the referee needs 
to ask the injured contestant if he can 
continue once the bleeding is stopped. If 
the wrestler says no then the match is 
over and the injured contestant would win 
by default. If he says yes then the ref- 
eree would give more time in order to stop 
the bleeding. (8-2-2 & 7) 
SITUATION #6: Wrestler A is attempting 
to turn Wrestler B but has not yet met near 
fall criteria. While Wrestler A is turning 
Wrestler B, Wrestler B cries out in pain 
and the referee stops the match Imme- 
diately following the referee stopping the 
match, Wrestler B indicates to the referee 
that he has been bitten on his right side. 
The referee thought that biting might have 
occurred but he did not actually see 
Wrestler A bite Wrestler B. 
RULING: The general guidelines for offi- 
cials to follow is, if in your opinion, a wres- 
tler bites his opponent this will be deemed 
as intentional biting and will be called as 
flagrant misconduct. When the referee 
makes this call it must be an occurrence 
that came to his immediate attention. As 
an example, something that occurred in 
a previous period would not be given con- 
sideration (7-4-3) 

SITUATION #7: At the conclusion of the 
142-pound match, the 151 -pound contes- 
tant from School A reports to the scorer's 
table and also the 160-pound competitor 
from School B reports to the table. The 
reason for the 1 60-pound contestant from 
School B reporting is that his school has 
no 1 51 -pound contestant and he has sim- 
ply come out early. The referee, after re- 
viewing the situation, grants a forfeit to 
the 151 -pound contestant from School A 
because there is no one in his weight 
class to compete against He also rules 
that the 160-pound competitor, even 
though he reported early, is eligible to 
compete for the next match. 
RULING: The rule does state that once 
either contestant is sent to the scorer's 
table they may not be withdrawn without 
being disqualified from the match. The 
rule also gives the referee the ability to 
correct errors that occur without penaliz- 
ing either contestant. The reporting of the 
160-pound contestant was simply an er- 



ror and he will be able to compete for the 
next match. (6-2-2) 

SITUATION #8: In dual meet competition 
both coaches have weighed in two con- 
testants for the 275-pound match. For that 
particular match School A is required to 
send their wrestler to the scorer's table 
first. However, following the previous 
match. School B sends one of its contes- 
tants to the scorer's table prior to the 
coach of School A sending fiis wrestler. 
As soon as the coach from School A 
sends his wrestler to the scorer's table 
the coach of School B withdraws his first 
wrestler and replaces him with another 
contestant. Is this permissible? 
RULING: Even though in this situation the 
wrestler from School A was required to 
go to the scorer's table first, if the indi- 
vidual from School B goes to the scorer's 
table first, he cannot be replaced. Once 
either contestant has reported to the 
scorer's table he cannot be withdrawn 
without forfeiting the match. Once you 
send your wrestler he must remain there 
and you no longer have a choice. (6-2-2) 
SITUATION #9: After cnteria has been 
met for a period of 2 seconds the defen- 
sive wrestler is able to stop the count but 
the offensive wrestler still maintains the 
hold. During this period of time the de- 
fensive wrestler cries out that he is in- 
jured How many back points do you 
award him? 

RULING: Even though the referee is not 
counting at the time, Rule 5-2-4g would 
still be in effect. When the defensive wres- 
tler indicates he is injured, after near fall 
criteria has been met, the match will be 
stopped and a three-point near fall shall 
be awarded to his opponent. (5-2-4g) 
SITUATION #10: The 275-pound contes- 
tant from School B steps onto the scales 
and the referee, who is conducting the 
weigh-in, asks for his letter from the state 
association office about the length of the 
hair. The wrestler's hair does exceed that 
allowed by rule and the referee is request- 
ing the authorization from the state as- 
sociation office. 

RULING: The coach speaks up for the 
wrestler in this situation indicating to the 
referee that having hair longer than al- 
lowed by rule no longer needs approval 
from the state association office as long 
as it is properly covered during the wres- 
tling contest. The coach should then dis- 
play to the referee what headgear will be 
used and how the hair rule will be satis- 
fied when the contestant is on the mat. 
(4-2-1) 



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Photo by Tim Porco 

Jason Deskin of Sheldon Clark (right) battles Mike Lee of Simon 
Kenton in the finals of the 140-pound weight class last season. Lee 
won the title but Deskin's Cardinals won the team title. 



Eligibility Minutes 
(From Page 7) 

appeal 

1) Critt Hudson - Ohio County 

Tasso Harris made a motion to deny 
appeal of Bylaw 3, Age. Wendell Ttio- 
mas seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

2) Wesley S, Johnson - Bethlehem 

Grant Talbott made a motion to grant 
appeal. Kathy Hopper seconded the mo- 
tion which passed by 5-1 vote. 

Wendell Thomas left the meeting as 
Darrell Treece arrived. 

3) Jason Crume - Bardstown 

Grant Talbott made a motion to grant 
appeal, Kathy Hopper seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

President Cardwell removed himself 
from action on the next appeal, 

4) Eric Yorgason - Franklin-Simpson 

Grant Talbott made a motion to table 
the appeal. Tasso Harris seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

President Cardwell called for a lunch 
break. 

5) Michael Burchfield - Ballard 

Bob Rogers made a motion, sec- 
onded by Grant Talbott, to grant the ap- 
peal. The vote was 3 affirmative, 1 nega- 
tive and 2 abstentions. Motion failed. 

Wendell Thomas returned to the 
meeting. 

6) Daniel Tindle, Frederick Fraize 



Grant Talbott made a motion to 
grant the appeal. Bob Rogers sec- 
onded the motion which passed 6-1 . 

7) Amy Weimer/Misty Withers - Beth 
Haven Christian 

Tasso Harris made a motion, 
seconded by Wendell Thomas, to 
grant appeal. The motion passed 6- 
1 

8) Undra Roddy - Paducah Tilghman 

Bob Rogers made a motion to 
grant the appeal if a move by the 
parents transpires within a reason- 
able time Darrell Treece seconded 
the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

9) John Ballance - Edmonson County 

Tasso Harris made a motion to 
grant the appeal Kathy Hopper sec- 
onded the motion which passed by a 
vote of 5-1 with 1 abstention. 

10) Matthew Schultz - Doss 
Tasso Harris made a motion to 

grant the appeal. Kathy Hopper sec- 
onded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

11) David Hill-Tnnity 

Tasso Harris made a motion to 
grant the appeal. Grant Talbott sec- 
onded the motion which passed 6-1 . 

There being no further business, 
Darrell Treece made a motion to ad- 
journ. Grant Talbott seconded the 
motion which passed. 

The meeting adjourned at 4:30 
p.m. 



Rating Changes 


BASKETBALL 


John Devney 




Robert Dunlap 


Change To Certified 


Craig Dunn 


Michael Adams 


Donald Ediin 


H/lichael Azzara 


Pearl Farler III 


Hudson Bailey 


Kelton Ford 


Mark Brockman 


David Gilpin 


Wayne Brown 


Harold Gray 


Jeff Caudill 


Douglas Grogan 


John Caudill 


Tommy Hall 


Roger Ctieattiam 


Derrick Harris 


David Christensen 


Barbara Hazelwood 


Kevin Clary 


Curt Heibenthal 


Paul Cline 


Jack Herlihy 


Brian Cook 


Ellen Jackson 


Gayle Crawford 


David Kanarek 


Randall Cruse 


James King 


Harry Dunn 


, Charles Linton III 


Carl Elovitz, Jr 


Kenneth Lord 


Jay Fillman 


Terry Marcum 


Sam Finley 


Dennis Marsee 


Charles Gabriel 


Steven Martin 


Roger Gossett 


Kevin Massie 


Anthony Gray, Jr 


Thomas Mattingly 


Steve Greenhill 


Lonnie McClure 


Jon Hamilton 


Robert McGrath 


Randy Hamm 


Donnie Minton 


Roland Hamm 


David Moore 


Larry Hammer 


Stephen Mullaney 


Danny Haskell 


Paul Mullins 


Vaughn Hatcher 


John Noffsinger 


Kevin Hembree 


Michael O'Brien 


Willie Hoskins, Jr. 


Bruce Parker 


Stephen Howard 


Perry Parrish 


Bill Kelley 


Paul Pelphrey 


Charles Klumb, Jr, 


Bernard Ratliff 


Joseph Lewis 


Kenneth Riffe 


Randy Long 


Bill Risher 


Cary Lyie 


George Russell 


Brett Miles 


Ronald Sexton 


LeBaron Peftaway 


Bernard Smith 


Sallie Powell 


Wayne Stacy 


Crayton Queen 


Christoper Stayton 


Brent Ritchie 


Joseph Steele 


Ronnie Saylor 


David Stephens 


John Smith 


Shawn Stump 


Ronald Smith 


Leiand Tabb 


Ronnie Spears 


Chris Thompson 


Joel Spper 


Sylvester Thornsberry 


Howard Sullivan 


Thomas Thornton 


Arnold Wheeler 


Mike Walker 


Gary Wilson 


Charles Ward 




Kenneth Washam 


Change To Approved 


Donita Wells 


Jeff Anderson 


Mike Whitaker 


Richard Aylor 


Ronald Whiteside 


Michael Bates 


Becky Williams 


Jerry Bradshaw 


Jeffrey (Bo) Wolford 


Bailey Brewer 


Wayne Woodson 


William Bunch, Jr. 




Thomas Buten 


WRESTLING 


William Cannoy 




Larry Cecil 


Change to Approved 


Scott Cleary 


David Barnett 


Karen Cooper 


Willet Crane 


Richard DeLong 


Rodney Rhoades 



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FEBRUARY 1995 



OPEN DATES 



FOOTBALL 



Bardstown 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Coach Joey Downs 
(502)348-1694 

Beechwood 

Oct. 6, 1995 (Away) 

Oct 5. 1996 
Contact Bob Burnett 
(606) 331-1220 

Boone County 

Sept. 15, 1995 
Contact Coacti Owen Hauck 
(606) 283-2795 

Boyd County 

Sept 29, 1995 
Contact Coach Larry Bryant 
(606)928-1312 

Butler 

Sept 1. 1995 
Contact Butch Blakely 
(502) 473-8506 

Central Hardin 

Sept. 29. 1995 
Contact Kenny Lane, A D 
(502) 737-6800 

Chaminade Julllane (OH) 

Oct 27. 1995 
Contact Jim Place. A.D. 
(513)461-3740 

Cincinnati Roger Bacon 

Enrollment 800 

Sept. 8. 1995-96 
Contact John Morgan 
(513)641-1300 

Cincinnati Western Hills (A) 

Sept 8. 1995 
Contact Bruce Ellis 
(513)244-8775 

Clarksville (TN) (5A) 

Sept 15. 1995 
Contact William Workman 
(615)648-5690 

Corbin 

Sept. 22. 1995 
Contact Curt Hart 
(606) 528-3902 
(606) 528-2531 

Cumberland 

Aug. 25. 1995 
Contact Randy Frazier 
(606) 589-4625 

Davidson Academy (TN) (1A) 

Oct. 20. 1995 
Randy Locke 
(615)860-5319 

Dayton 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357 



Edwardsville (IL) near St Louis 
Sept 15, 1995 
Oct. 20, 1995 

Contact Tim Dougherty 

(618)656-7100 

Fleming-Neon 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact David Jones 
(606) 855-7597 

Garrard County 

Sept 1, 1995 
Sept 15, 1995 

Contact Ken Hurl, AD. 

(606)792-2146 

Grayson County 

Oct 27. 1995 
Contact Coach Bill Embry 
(502) 259-4078 

Harrodsburg 

Sept. 22. 1995 
Contact Coach Alvis Johnson 
(606) 734-8420 

Hazard 

Oct 13. 1995 
Contact Wade Lindon 
(606) 439-6763 

Henry County (TN) (5A) 
Oct 27, 1995 
Contact Scott Samsel 
(901)642-5232 

Ironton (Ohio) 

Enrollment 270 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Mike Burcham, AD 
(614) 532-5235 

Lafayette 

Oct. 20, 1995 
Contact Coach Terry Clark 
(606)281-0300 

Lawrence County 

Oct 13, 1995 
Contact Kenneth Sammons 
(606) 638-9676 

Leslie County 

Sept 29. 1995 
Contact Coach Mike Whitaker 
(606)672-5312 



Lincoln County 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Coach Marty Jaggers 
(606)365-9112 

Lynn Camp 

Oct. 5, 1995 
Contact Coach David Mitchell 
(606) 528-5429 or 523-0105 

Madison Southern 

Sept 15. 1995 
Contact Coach Mike Elkin 
(606) 986-8425 



Madisonville-North Hopkins 

Aug 25. 1995 

Sept 8, 1995 

Sept 15, 1995 
Contact Gayle Travis 
(502)825-6017 

Male 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact Jay Levine. AD. 
(502) 473-8972 

Marshall County 

Sept. 22. 1995 (A) 
Contact Doc Sanders, AD. 
(502)527-1453 

New Miami (OH) 

Sept. 15, 1995 
Contact Ben Hubbard 
(513)863-4917 

Providence (IN) (2A) 

Sept. 1, 1995 
Sept 29. 1995 

Contact Don Zipp 

(812)945-2538 

Ryle 

Aug 25. 1995 
Contact Charles Holland. AD. 
(606) 384-4837 

Sheldon Clark 

Aug 25. 1995 
Sept 1, 1995 
Sept 22, 1995 

Contact Robin Harmon 

(606) 298-3591 or -3907 

Smyrna (TN) 

Sept. 29, 1995 
Contact Coach Philip Shadowens 
(615)459-6872 

Tolsia (WV) 

Sept 15, 1995 
Sept. 22, 1995 
Oct. 20, 1995 
Contact Terry Porter 
(304) 648-5566 or 648-701 5 



West Carter 

Sept. 8. 1995 
Contact Coach Terry Osborne 
(606) 286-2481 

Wheelersburg (WV) (614 Enr ) 
Sept 1. 1995 
Sept. 8, 1995 

Contact Mike Schomburg 

(614) 574-2527 

Whitesburg 

Aug. 25. 1995 
Contact Ozz Jackson 
(606) 633-5628 

Whitley County — _., 

Sept. 8. 1995 
Contact Mike Campbell 
(606) 549-7025 

Williamsburg 

Aug. 25. 1995 
Sept, 8, 1995 

Contact Mike Campbell 

(606) 549-6046 



VACANCIES 



Head Football Coach Needed 

Fleming-Neon High School 
Contact Letcher Co. Board of Ed. 
(606) 633-4455 or the school 
(606) 855-7597 

Head Football Coach Needed 

Oldham County High School 
Contact Talbot Allen 
(502) 222-9461 

Head Soccer Coach Needed 

Oldham County High School 
Contact Talbot Allen 
(502) 222-9461 

Head Football Coach Needed 

Union County High School 
Contact Keith Omer. Personnel 
(502)389-1694 



(Officials, From Page 18) 

the wrong basket in this highly emotional point of the game 
makes officials appear confused and disoriented. 

Please discuss in your pregame the procedures to be used 
at this time. 

The off official, who hopefully has remained calm through- 
out this ordeal, should move to front court near the free throw 
circle of the team which will shoot the free throws. That way. 
when the administering official turns from the table to come 
back to the floor, he/she can move toward the off official and to 
the proper free throw lane in a timely and direct manner. 

This will hopefully avoid a look of lost concentration or being 
emotionally out of control. 



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KHSAA Board 
of Control 



President 

Frank Cardwell 
Franklin-Simpson H S 

Vice-President 

Arthur "Ozz" Jackson 
Whitesburg H S. 



Directors 



William "Bill" Beasley 
Paducah 



Tom Bryant 
Danville 



Ken Cox 
Tates Creek H S 



Tasso Harris 
Valley H S 



Cookie Henson 
Clay County H S. 



Claudia Hicks 
Rowan County H S 



Kathy Hopper 
Waggener H.S. 



Teresa Isaac 
Lexington 



Bob Rogers 
Caldwell County Schools 



Stan Steidel 
Dayton H.S 



Grant Talbott 
Owensboro H.S. 



Wendell Thomas 
Louisville 



Darrell Treece 
Henry County H S 



Frank Welch 
Belfry H S 



Staff 



Comm 


ssioner 


Louis 


Stout 


Assistant Commissioners Directors 


Brigid DeVries 


Julian Tackett 


Larry Boucher 


Brooks Downing 


Office Manager 


Fund Raising 


Anne Wesley IVIays 


Ken Tippett 


Secretaries 


Physical Plant 


Patti Pruitt 


John Ginn 


Mary Darnell 






Receptionist 




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Delegate Assembly 

The minutes from the 
annual delegate assembly 
meeting. 



Basketball Statistics 

Final statistics from the 1994- 
95 regular season. 



Rules Interpretations 

Play situations and rulings for 
baseball, softball and track. 



On The Cover 



Corbin catcher Dave Foley was upended 
as PRP's Mike Gabhart scored during the 
championship game of 1994 The Panthers 
won the title 10-8. 

This year's championship will be decided 
at a different facility in Owensboro. Apollo 
will be the site, June 8-10. 

Photo by Gary Emord-Netzley. 



MARCH-APRIL 1995 



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School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 2280 Executive Dr., 
Lexington, KY 40505. Third-class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Accep- 
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of Oct 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to KHSAA, 2280 
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Commissioner Presents Annual Report 




The following report was presented to the delegates at the an- 
nual Delegate Assembly Meeting held Feb. 9, 1995. 

A total of 284 schools joined the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association for the 1994-95 school year. Six of these 
schools enroll girls only and six have only boys. In 1993-94 
and 1992-93 there were 285 schools. 

There were 209 schools involved in Football. Class A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played at Car- 
dinal Stadium in Louisville, Dec. 2-3, 1994. Attendance was 
approximately 23,229 and ticket receipts were $147,196. Ex- 
penses involved in conducting the state football playoffs were 
$24,71 1 . Sales of novelties totaled $1 ,256; program sales were 
$5,536. The approximate gross receipts from playoff rounds 
one through four were $534,299 with expenses of conducting 
these games reported as $153,349. Paid attendance at the 
120 games was approximately 142,141. All profits from the 
playoff games are divided among the participating schools. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball this sea- 
son was 84. The KHSAA sanctioned tournament was held at 
Ryle in Northern Kentucky, on Oct. 28-29, 1994. Expenses 
incurred were $10,107 with receipts of $10,130 (tickets), $690 
(programs) and $1 ,015 (novelties and other items). 

In Cross Country, 214 boys' teams entered 18 regional 
meets. Two hundred eight girls' teams entered all three classes 
in 18regionals. The expenses incurred in sponsoring this sport 
were $13,656 and the receipts were $11,030 (ticket sales), 
$1,389 (programs) and $3,593 (novelties). Class A, AA and 
AAA were held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park on 
Nov. 5, 1994. 

There were 139 schools competing in Boys' Soccer and 
76 schools participating in Girls Soccer. The State Champion- 
ships were held the same night in Versailles' Woodford County 
Park on Nov. 12, 1994. The receipts for the boys were $25,855 
and $12,835 for the giris. Expenses incurred to run the boys' 
tournament were $1 1 ,296 compared to $7,281 for the girls' tour- 
nament. Novelty sales totaled $216. 

There were 236 boys' teams competing in Golf, with the 
State Tournament being played at the Lincoln Trail Country 
Club in Vine Grove. There were 171 giris' teams competing 
and their State Tournament was held at the Elizabethtown 
Country Club. There is no admission charged at the tourna- 
ments which were held in mid-October. Novelty sales totaled 
$900.43 and expenses for the tournaments were $8,628. 

There are 60 schools competing in Wrestling in eight dis- 
tricts and four regions with the winner and runner-up in each 
weight class advancing to the state finals. The championship 
tournament will be held at Atherton High School on February 
17-18, 1995. 

In Swimming, 114 boys' and 116 giris' teams will compete 
for the championships. The meets will be held at The Lancaster 
Aquatic Center on the University of Kentucky campus on Feb. 
17-18, 1995. 

Advanced ticket sales to the Boys' State Basketball Tour- 
nament to be held in Lexington's Rupp Arena on March 15-18, 
1995 total $463,476.00 as of January 31 , compared to $353,924 
on the same date last year. 

Advanced ticket sales to the Giris' State Basketball Tour- 
nament to be held March 22-25, 1995, in Frankfort at the Civic 



Center total $54,168 as of January 31 , compared to $31 ,236 at 
this same time last year. 

Anticipated spring sports participation is as follows: 266 
Baseball teams to compete in 64 districts and 16 regions; 228 
schools have indicated they will play Fast Pitch Softball and 
59 have signed up for Slow Pitch Softball. There will be 235 
schools participating in boys' and giris' Track in eight regions 
in each classification - A, AA and AAA.; 210 giris' and 215 
boys' Tennis teams will play in 14 regions. State finals in Base- 
ball and Softball will be held in Owensboro while the State Ten- 
nis and Track Meets will be held at the University of Kentucky. 

The receipts and expenditures incurred during the 1993- 
94 spring sports season were as follows: 





Receipts 


Expenditures 


Novelties 


Baseball 


$11,630 


$4,622 


$212 


Softball 


6,930 


17,135 


1,148 


Tennis 





13,311 


77 


Track 


16,902 


30,577 


2,425 



REG 


APP 


CER 


TOTAL 


196 


154 


147 


497 


591 


362 


562 


1515 


135 


201 


440 


776 


155 


91 


86 


332 


162 


134 


52 


348 



A total of 2,886 officials have registered with the Officials' 
Division of the Association as of Feb. 2, 1 995, and the number 
of approved and certified officials in each sport are as follows 
(REG - Registered, APP - Approved, CER - Certified): 



Baseball 

Basketball 

Football 

Soccer 

Softball (SP) 

Softball (FP) 

(Fast pitch tests have been mailed to all SP officials.) 

Track & Field 54 2 2 58 

Volleyball 55 40 34 129 

Wrestling 31 8 7 46 

Bus. Affairs Dir. Julian Tackett conducted 14 clinics in Foot- 
ball. Asst. Comm. Larry Boucher conducted 18 clinics in Bas- 
ketball for officials and coaches. Asst. Comm. Brigid DeVries 
conducted nine Track clinics and four Volleyball clinics for offi- 
cials and coaches. The KHSAA is in the process of conducting 
14 baseball and softball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control and Staff of your Association are 
grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, principals, 
athletic directors and coaches have given us in running the 
programs of the Association. 



HAPPY CHANDLER 
SCHOLARSHIPS 

Did you know that the A.B. "Happy" Chandler 
Foundation awards scholarships to outstanding 
students? These awards go to students who show 
outstanding potential for scholarship and leadership 
ability. They must be residents of Kentucky, 
graduates of Kentucky high schools and must agree 
to attend a college or university in Kentucky. Write 
to: Chandler Foundation, PO Box 8393, Lexington, 
KY 40533-8393. 



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Don Lane^s 
Transylvania 
Basketball Camp 

A camp with an outstanding reputation 
for combining hard work and enjoyment 



Tentative 1995 Camp Schedule 

• June 12-16 Boys ages 9-14 

• June 19-23 Girls ages 9-18 

• June 26-30 Boys ages 13-18 

• July 5-7 

Session A Boys & Girls ages 7-10 
Session B Boys & Girls ages 10-12 

• July 10-14 Boys ages 13-18 

• July 17-21 Boys ages 9-14 

• July 24-28 Girls ages 9-18 

Coach Don Lane and his staff provide one of the most 
effective and prestigious basketball camps In America 
today. Boys and girls between ages 7 and 18 spend a 
week on the Transylvania University campus in beautiful 
Lexington, Kentucky, where they work and learn under 
the guidance of outstanding coaches and teachers. 
Resident campers live and eat in university dorms. Day 
campers have their midday and evening meals on 
campus, but spend the night at home. Half-day sessions 
are provided for younger players. 




Notable fact and Highlights from Previous Camps 

• 1994 campers included numerous sons and daughters of junior High, high school, 
college, and pro coaches. 

• Over 2,300 campers from throughout the U.S. attended during 1994; over 300 
Kentucky schools represented. 

• Each overnight session in 1994 enrolled at least 30 teams of 10 or more campers. 

• 8:1 camper staff ratio 

• Guided by outstanding staff of high school and college coaches. 

• Several boys' and girls' state tournament teams, including seven state champions have attended In 
the last 11 years Dunng the last 10 years, every state in the Union and 10 foreign countries have 
been represented. 

Write Coach Don Lane For A FREE Brochure 

Transylvania Basketball Camp 

Transylvania University 

Lexington, Kentucky 40508 

Call (606) 233-8270 

Fax (606) 233-8638 



MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Delegates Vote To Amend Fast Pitch Rule 



FEBRUARY 9, 1995 

The 78th Annual Meeting of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association 
was held on Thursday, Feb. 9, 1995 at 
the Executive West Hotel in Louisville. 
The invocation was given by Bob Rogers. 

President Frank Cardwell called the 
meeting to order at 2:45 p.m. and wel- 
comed all representatives and noted that 
this was a new opportunity for all schools 
to send delegates to the Annual Meet- 
ing. Mr. Cardwell then called on Com- 
missioner Louis Stout for any remarks he 
might like to make. Mr. Stout also wel- 
comed the delegation. 

Exec. Asst. Comm. Brigid DeVries 
then called the roll. One hundred sixty- 
two delegates answered the roll. Presi- 
dent Cardwell announced that in order for 
a proposal to pass, 108 affirmative votes 
were needed. He then gave instructions 
for presentation of proposals. 

The next order of business was the 
presentation of proposals. 

Paul Dennison, KHSADA, made a 
motion to consider a special order rela- 
tive to Bylaw 40 as it relates to the fast 
pitch Softball issue. Wade Upchurch sec- 
onded the motion which passed. 

Proposal From Floor 

In the case that a school makes a 
documented effort to offer fast pitch soft- 
ball, hires a coach, holds tryouts and 
there are not enough participants, then 
the principal may request, in writing to the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion, permission to offer slow pitch soft- 
ball. 

Following discussion, the Proposal 
passed 123-33 with 6 abstentions. 

Proposal From Floor 

Jim Sexton, Eastern High School, 
made a motion to consider Article IV of 
the Constitution. Gordon Milby seconded 
the motion which failed. 

Proposal I 

George Frakes, principal of High- 
lands High School, proposes the follow- 
ing amendment to the Bylaws of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association - 
An amendment to clarify the ending of 
the school year for summer play purposes 
to alleviate the inconsistencies caused by 
various schools ending on different dates, 
and weather related problems. 

Bylaw 8. Contestant On Other Teams, 
Postseason and All-Star Games 



Any student who is a contestant in 
football or basketball on any non-school 
sponsored team in that sport at any time 
during an athletic season after enrolling 
in grade nine (9) shall be ineligible to rep- 
resent any secondary school in that sport 
for the remainder of that season or for 
the upcoming season. 

A student who has been a first team 
player in football or basketball after en- 
rolling in grade nine (9) and has eligibil- 
ity remaining in these sports shall not take 
part in an all-star or postseason game in 
that sport during th e r e ma i nd e r of th a t 
acad e m i c y e ar prior to May 25 of the 
school year unless it has been sanctioned 
by the Board of Control. The penalty shall 
be loss of eligibility for one year. 

The Commissioner may waive the 
period of ineligibility if just cause is shown 
as to its application working evident in- 
justice against the student athlete. 

Rationale - Many districts set different 
dates for the respective school calendars 
due to local concerns, transportation, and 
weather related circumstances. This 
amendment would allow for a benchmark 
date to be fair to all participants through- 
out the state in spite of differing school 
calendars. 

Proposal I died for a lack of a motion to 
adopt. 

Proposal previously submitted by Steve 
Frommeyer v/ithdrawn. 

Proposal II 

Principal Janice Fish of Atherton pro- 
poses the following amendment to the 
Bylaws of the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association - An amendment to al- 
low for an additional tournament to be 
played in volleyball to encourage more 
play on weekends and less impact on 
school-night activities. 

Bylaw 25, Limitation of Seasons 

1 1 . Volleyball - Giris 

(4) The season shall consist of a maxi- 
mum of twenty (20) matches. In any two 
(2 Mhree (3) invitational or other type tour- 
naments, the matches played by a mem- 
ber school 

shall count as only one match for each 
tournament. 

Rationale - With various formats of tour- 
naments now being played, many 
schools may inadvertently be violating 
tournament limits without missing addi- 
tional school time. In addition, the au- 
thor and the State Volleyball Committee 



have concerns that this giris' sport offer- 
ing can be better promoted with this 
change and by lessening school study 
time infringement by playing on week- 
ends. 

James Sexton, Eastem High School, 
made a motion to adopt Proposal II. 
Sandy Callahan, Atherton High School 
seconded the motion. The Proposal 
passed 1 14-27 with 21 abstentions. 

Proposal III 

Board appointed representative Stan 
Steidel of Dayton High Scho^ proposes 
the following amendment to the Consti- 
tution of the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association - An amendment to fur- 
ther clarify the eligibility of an out-of-state 
school to play against a Kentucky school 
and hold those schools to the same stan- 
dards expected of Kentucky opponents. 

Article VIII 
CONTESTS 

Section 1 . With Non-Member Kentucky 
Schools 

Any member school which engages in an 
athletic contest with a non-member Ken- 
tucky school eligible for membership in 
the Association may be suspended for a 
period to be determined by the Board of 
Control. 

Q/A 1 May a member school of the 
Association engage in an athletic contest 
with a non-member Kentucky school? No, 
not if the other school is eligible for mem- 
bership. 

Q/A 2 May a school team play against 
an alumni or independent team during a 
regular season in the sport? Yes, as the 
other team is not eligible for membership 
in the Association. However, the game 
played with such a team must be counted 
against the game limit allowed each 
member school. 

Section 2. With Schools in Other States 
Any member school engaging in a con- 
test with a school in another state shall 
play under the rules of the KHSAA and 
shall require its opponents to play under 
the rules of its own state Association and 
belong to the applicable association in 
that state. 

Rationale - Restrictions on playing 
schools outside of the state should be the 
same as those in-state should schools 
choose to displace Kentucky opponents 
with out of state teams. In this manner, a 
level playing field is more assured. 

Wade Upchurch, Monticello High 
School, made a motion to adopt Proposal 
III. Bruce Lynch, Trinity High School sec- 
onded the motion. The Proposal failed 
92-42 with 28 abstentions. 



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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Proposal IV 

Principal Joe Burks of Male proposes 
the following amendment to the Bylaws 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation - An amendment to allow for 
tournament counting to be the same in 
soccer as in other KHSAA offerings. 

Bylaw 25, Limitation of Seasons 
6. Soccer 

(4) A season will consist of a minimum 
of six (6) games and a maximum of sev- 
enteen (17) games including invitational 
tournaments. Each gam e played , i rr e- 
sp e ct i v e of cont es t format. In any two (2) 
invitational or other single-elimination 
type tournaments, the games played by 
a member school shall count as only one 
game against the limit of games. 

Rationale - To extend the tournament 
counting exemption to soccer schools to 
allow for the playing of a full schedule in 
an already short season. 

Jay Levine, Male High School, made 
a motion to adopt Proposal IV. Jerry 
Mayes, St. Xavier High School seconded 
the motion. Proposal IV passed 123-19 
with 20 abstentions. 



Proposal From Floor 

Guy Strong, principal of George 
Rogers Clark High School, made a mo- 
tion to consider a proposal that would 
restore the original Articles of the Consti- 
tution, specifically Article IV, Bill Fultz 
seconded the motion which passed by a 
vote of 141 to 1 with 19 abstentions. 

Guy Strong then made a motion to 
delete Article IV, d. BOARD OF CON- 
TROL, 9. Review all proposed changes 
to the KHSAA Constitution and Bylaws. 
Have authority to reject any proposed 
change determined not to be in the best 
interest of the Association. James Sex- 
ton, Eastern High School, seconded the 
motion which failed by a vote of 103-27 
with 32 abstentions. 

There being no further proposals to 
come before the Delegation, Frank 
Cardwell called for adjournment. 



GAME GUY 
AWARD NOMINEES 



The Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association is now accepting 
nominations for the 1 995 Game Guy 
Award The Game Guy honor is pre- 
sented annually to a physically chal- 
lenged student-athlete in Kentucky 
who overcomes his or her disability 
to participate in athletics. 

Simply have a school represen- 
tative - principal, school or coach - 
send in a written nomination citing 
the individual's disability and efforts 
to overcome that disability. The more 
information given about the particu- 
lar individual, the better chance that 
individual will have to earn this 
award. 

Nominations need to be mailed 
to the KHSAA no later than May 1, 
1995. Please send to the attention 
of Anne Mays at the KHSAA, 2280 
Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 
40505. Or fax the nomination to (606) 
293-5999. 



Kidney Kard Is A Win-Win Fundraiser 



Every year, clubs and organizations across 
Kentucky spend a lot of time and energy brainstorm- 
ing new ideas to raise money to buy their team new 
uniforms or put more books in their library. Success- 
ful fund-raising has always been difficult and risky. 
That is, until now. 

"It takes money to make money." This 
maxim rings just as loud for small, charitable organi- 
zations as it does for international conglomerates. 
The greatest difficulty with most fund-raising efforts 
is the monetary risk organizations take with the initial 
investment they must make. Whether it's purchasing 
ingredients for cookies in a bake sale or renting 
space to hold a charity dance, there has always 
been a chance that your fund-raising effort could 
actually lose money. 

Beginning this spring, your club/organiza- 
tion/association will be able to participate in a 
creative, risk-free way to raise money. By teaming 
up with the National Kidney Foundation of Kentucky 
to help this worthy cause raise dollars for kidney 
research, your charitable organization can earn 
money, tool It's easy when you're selling the Kidney 
Kard. 

What in the world is a Kidney Kard, you're 



asking? It's a folding, wallet-size card packed with 
miniature peel-off coupons good for more than $190 
in discounts from local area restaurants. Here's how 
it works: your organization sells the Kidney Kard for 
$10 apiece. Four dollars of the sale goes directly to 
your organization and two dollars goes to help the 
National Kidney Foundation fight kidney diseases 
here in Kentucky. 

With free offers from participating restau- 
rants including Pizza Hut, Impellizeri's, Arby's, 
Benihana, Subway and many more, it's too good to 
pass up. The best thing about this fund-raising 
opportunity is the lack of risk. Your organization does 
not pay for Kards that are not sold. Unsold Kards are 
simply returned to the National Kidney Foundation 
for direct refunds. 

The Kidney Kard is a Win-Win-Win program 
benefiting the National Kidney Foundation of Ken- 
tucky, your organization and the consumer! If you'd 
like further information on the Kidney Kard program, 
please write Evelyn Glass, Director of Marketing for 
the Kidney Kard at the National Kidney Foundation of 
Kentucky; 2590 East Liberty Street, Suite 710; 
Louisville, KY 40202. 

Or Call Ms. Glass at (502) 585-5433. 



An Advertisement 



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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Boy s^ Sweet 16. 



Wayne Co. (29-5) 12th 


March 15-18, 1995 • Rupp Arena • Lexington, Kentucky 

All Times Eastern 




March 15, 1 p.m. 
Scott Co. (26-5) 8th 


Scott Co. 60-53 












Franklin Co. (30-1) 11th 


March 17, 1 p.m. 


Breckinridge Co. 79-59 








Breckinridge Co. 68-39 




March 15,2:30 p.m. 
Breckinridge Co. (25-2) 


Breckinridge Co. 62-56 




3rd 






Greenwood (27-4) 4th 


March 18, 10 a.m. 








March 15,7:30 p.m. 
St Xavier (19-8) 7th 


St Xavier 75-62 








Marshall County 77-67 




Marshall Co. (21-11) 1st 


March 17,2:30 p.m. 










March 15, 9 p.m. 
Simon Kenton (29-5) 9th 


Marshall Co. 76-70 OT 










Breckinridge Co. 70-63 


PRP (25-9) 6th 






March 16, 1 p.m. 
M.C. Napier (24-5) Nth 


PRP 58-55 












Montgomery Co. (21-7) j 


March 17,7:30 p.m. 
Wth 


PRP 66-50 






OT 


PRP 81-74 




March 16,2:30 p.m. 
Paintsville (27-5) 15th 


Montgomery Co. 78-71 










Harlan (31-3) 13th 


March 18, 11:30 a.m. 








March 16,7:30 p.m. 
Adair Co. (22-8) 5th 


Harlan 57-54 








Harlan 60^8 




Univ. Heights (20-11) 2r 


March 17,9 p.m. 
d 












UHA 64-60 






Boyd Co. (23-8) 16th 









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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Girls' Sweet 16. 



March 22-25, 1995 • Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center • Frankfort, Kentucky 

All Times Eastern 
Clark Co. (10th) 24-5 



March 22, 1 p.m. 
Ashland (16th) 21-9 



Clark Co. 46-33 



Union Co. (2nd) 28-2 



March 22, 2:30 p.m. 
Scott Co. (8th) 28-2 



March 24, 1 p.m. 



Scott Co. 48-40 



Scott Co. 35-29 



March 25, 10 a.m. 



Johnson Central (15th) 24-8 

Jackson Co. 55-46 



March 22, 7:30 p.m 
Jackson Co. (13th) 18-8 



March 24, 2:30 p.m. 
Lou. Holy Cross (6th) 28-5 

Holy Cross 57-45 



March 22, 9 p.m. 
Sacred Heart (7th) 26-6 



Holy Cross 53-39 



Scott Co. 63-44 



March 25, 8 p.m. 



Graves Co. (1st) 24-5 



March 23, 1 p.m. 
Hazard (14th) 30-5 



Graves Co. 47-42 



Highlands (9th) 24-8 



March 23, 2:30 p.m. 
Apollo (3rd) 19-10 



March 24, 7:30 p.m. 



Apollo 58-43 



Graves Co. 55-48 



March 25, 11:30 a.m. 



Warren East (4th) 30-3 



March 23, 7:30 p.m. 
Marion Co. (5th) 30-2 



Marion Co. 61-52 



Pulaski Co. (12th) 27-2 



March 23, 9 p.m. 
Woodford Co. (11th) 21 



March 24, 9 p.m. 



Pulaski Co. 54-45 



Pulaski Co. 74-67 



Pulaski Co. 50-41 



Scott Co. 68-45 



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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Final 1994-95 Boys' Basketball Statistics 



Basketball statistics are compiled on a weekly basis throughout the 
season by the KHSAA. Member schools are requested to submit 
weekly reports. If a team or student-athlete is not listed in a particular 
category, the statistic was never received by the KHSAA's Sports 
Information Department. 

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 

Top 10 Scoring Leaders (ranked by points per game) 



Player 


School 


Gms 


2Pt 


3Pt 


FT 


Pts 


Ppg 


Couch, Tim 


Leslie Co. 


24 


242 


73 


168 


871 


363 


Graham, Tony 


Bethlehem 


26 


199 


58 


189 


761 


29.3 


Cotton, Phillip 


Dawson Springs 


26 


185 


81 


107 


720 


277 


Dumphord, Corey 


Paris 


22 


169 


53 


106 


603 


27.4 


Foster, James 


Mun-ay 


26 


271 


26 


84 


704 


27.1 


James, Antwuan 


Fairdale 


25 


164 


63 


130 


647 


25.9 


Hopper, Brian 


South Hopkins 


25 


168 


65 


115 


646 


258 


Fawns, Billy Ray 


Montgomery Co. 


23 


193 


23 


132 


587 


255 


Taylor, Tyron 


Taylor Co, 


26 


166 


61 


148 


663 


25.5 


Powers, Joe 


Whitley Co 


27 


110 


111 


132 


685 


25.4 


Top 10 Field Goal Percentage Leaders 












Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md 


Pet 






Gussler, Rick 


Lawrence Co 


22 


169 


122 


0,722 






Powers, Doug 


Pikeville 


25 


312 


218 


0699 






Boggs, Scott 


Greenup Co 


23 


190 


128 


0674 






Todd, Octavian 


Russellville 


24 


230 


154 


0.670 






Beasley, Jon 


Anderson Co 


26 


324 


216 


0667 






Franklin, Allen 


Larue Co 


23 


132 


87 


0659 






Richardson, David 


Knott Co. Centra 


27 


326 


211 


0647 






Phillips, David 


Owensboro 


24 


150 


97 


0.647 






Melton. Tom 


Webster Co 


25 


136 


88 


0647 






Faulk, Heath 


South Hopkins 


22 


147 


94 


0639 






Top 10 Free Throw Percentage Leaders 












Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


Md 


Pet 






Scott, Robbie 


Campbell Co 


20 


69 


61 


0884 






Powers, Joe 


Whitley Co 


27 


151 


132 


0874 






Brewer, Tad 


Cordia 


25 


177 


154 


0870 






Richardson, Michae 


Scott Co 


27 


100 


85 


0850 






Ledford, Jeremy 


Corbin 


25 


89 


75 


0843 






Cotton, Phillip 


Dawson Springs 


26 


127 


107 


0843 






Blevins, J P 


Metcalfe Co 


28 


202 


170 


842 






Fitzgerald, Chris 


Pulaski Co 


22 


124 


104 


0839 






Willenbnnk, Eric 


Russell 


21 


93 


78 


0839 






Sharpe, Allen 


Knox Central 


28 


193 


161 


0834 






Top 10 Three Point Field Goal Leaders (ranked by 3FG pg 






Player 


School 


Gms 


Att 


f/ldPer Gm 






Powers, Joe 


Whitley Co. 


27 


308 


111 


4 1 






Morrison, Neil 


Trinity (Louisville) 23 


194 


88 


3.8 






Robinson, Toby 


Prestonsburg 


24 


250 


88 


3.7 






Shields, Josh 


Walton-Verona 


25 


204 


88 


3.5 






Cleaver, Brad 


Calloway Co 


24 


196 


80 


3.3 






Brewer, Tad 


Cordia 


25 


195 


82 


3.3 






Taylor, Brent 


Silver Grove 


25 


278 


83 


3.3 






Offutt, Craig 


South Hopkins 


25 


154 


77 


31 






Cotton, Phillip 


Dawson Springs 


26 


214 


81 


3.1 






Couch, Tim 


Leslie Co. 


24 


195 


73 


3.0 






Top 10 Rebounding Leaders (ranked by rebounds per game) 




Player 


School 


Gms 


Reb 


Avg 








Carlton, Will 


Anderson Co 


27 


403 


149 








Edwards, Mark 


Jessamine Co 


26 


354 


136 








Vanhoose, JR. 


Painlsville 


27 


368 


136 








Jackson, David 


Whitley Co. 


27 


357 


13,2 








Day, Matt 


Falrview 


25 


325 


13,0 








Powers, Doug 


Pikeville 


25 


320 


12.8 








Wan'ick, Marqus 


Valley 


25 


315 


126 








Wilson, Ryan 


Williamsburg 


24 


296 


12.3 








Baker, Matt 


Allen Central 


20 


241 


12.1 








Bowman, Lance 


Pike Co. Centra 


26 


311 


12.0 









TEAM LEADERS 














Top 10 Scoring Teams (ranked by points per game) 


School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Points 


P-Gm 




Whitley Co. 


27 


22 


5 


2460 


91.1 




South Hopkins 


25 


21 


4 


2224 


89.0 




Mason Co. 


25 


17 


8 


2149 


86.0 




Allen Central 


27 


22 


5 


2278 


84.4 




Lexington Catholic 


29 


22 


7 


2416 


83.3 




Scott Co 


27 


22 


5 


2246 


83.2 




Leslie Co. 


25 


15 


10 


2074 


83.0 




Greenwood 


26 


22 


4 


2153 


82.8 




Cordia 


25 


15 


10 


2045 


81.8 




Bullitt East 


23 


19 


4 


1875 


81.5 




Top 10 Scoring Defense Teams (ranked by points pergs 


School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Allow 


P-Gm 




Muhlenberg North 


27 


25 


2 


1262 


467 




Graves Co 


23 


16 


7 


1139 


49.5 




Shelby Valley 


23 


8 


15 


1178 


51.2 




Union Co 


20 


12 


8 


1047 


52.4 




Greenup Co. 


25 


17 


8 


1313 


52.5 




Covington Catholic 26 


22 


4 


1375 


529 




Barren Co. 


24 


16 


8 


1285 


535 




Harian 


29 


26 


3 


1551 


535 




Holy Cross (Cov.) 


25 


21 


4 


1342 


53.7 




June Buchanan 


27 


23 


4 


1464 


542 




Top 10 Field Goal Percentage Teams 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Losf 


Md 


Att 


Pet 


Graves Co 


23 


16 


7 


545 


941 


0.579 


Fulton City 


23 


6 


17 


616 


1065 


0.578 


Lawrence Co 


24 


9 


15 


539 


948 


0.569 


Paris 


22 


15 


7 


539 


966 


0558 


Apollo 


27 


20 


7 


499 


920 


0.542 


Greenwood 


26 


22 


4 


793 


1476 


0.537 


Owensboro 


24 


20 


4 


577 


1076 


0536 


South Hopkins 


25 


21 


4 


794 


1491 


0.533 


Anderson Co. 


27 


19 


8 


701 


1332 


526 


Pike Co. Central 


26 


18 


8 


607 


1165 


0.521 


Top 10 Free Throw Percentage Teams 






School 


Gms 


Won 


L0S( 


Md 


Att 


Pet 


Knox Central 


28 


24 


4 


529 


685 


0.772 


Marshall Co 


27 


17 


10 


458 


600 


0.763 


Lanje Co 


23 


21 


2 


321 


424 


0.757 


Apollo 


27 


20 


7 


357 


473 


0.755 


South Laurel 


24 


14 


10 


350 


472 


0.742 


South Hopkins 


25 


21 


4 


371 


501 


0741 


Knott Co Central 


27 


17 


10 


479 


648 


0739 


Metcalfe Co 


28 


18 


10 


508 


688 


0.738 


Monroe Co 


26 


17 


9 


464 


630 


0,737 


Paul Blazer 


26 


23 


3 


437 


599 


0,730 


Top 10 Three Point Field Goal Percentage Teams 




School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Md 


Att 


Pet 


South Hopkins 


25 


21 


4 


232 


521 


0.445 


Greenup Co 


25 


17 


8 


120 


292 


0.411 


Webster Co. 


25 


10 


15 


165 


407 


0.405 


Graves Co. 


23 


16 


7 


66 


164 


0402 


Holy Cross (Cov.) 


25 


21 


4 


89 


224 


0.397 


Russellville 


24 


12 


12 


90 


237 


0.380 


Moore 


25 


10 


15 


120 


317 


0.379 


Lanje Co 


23 


21 


2 


204 


539 


0.378 


Dawson Springs 


27 


10 


17 


153 


407 


0376 


Bullitt East 


23 


19 


4 


142 


378 


0376 


Top 10 Rebounding Teams (ranked by rebounds 


perga 


School 


Gms 


Won 


Lost 


Reb 


P-Gm 




Campbell Co 


20 


15 


5 


909 


45.5 




Paintsville 


27 


22 


5 


1121 


41 5 




Montgomery Co. 


23 


16 


7 


941 


409 




Fairdale 


25 


16 


9 


1017 


407 




PRP 


29 


20 


9 


1161 


400 




Holmes 


27 


16 


11 


1069 


39.6 




Buckhom 


27 


12 


15 


1066 


39.5 




Augusta 


23 


8 


15 


904 


39.3 




Whitley Co. 


27 


22 


5 


1045 


387 




Valley 


25 


11 


14 


959 


38.4 





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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Final 1994-95 Girls' Basketball Statistics 



Basketball statistics are compiled on a weekly basis throughout the 
season by the KHSAA. Member schools are requested to submit 
weekly reports. If a team or student-athlete is not listed in a particular 
category, the statistic was never received by the KHSAA's Sports 
Information Department. 

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 



Gms 



Top 10 Scoring Leaders (ranked by points per game) 

Player Sctiool 

Walz, Jaime Highlands 

Hathaway, Terica Providence 
Brandon, Melissa Oneida Baptist 
Forman, Deah 



Porter, Marrita 
Sullivan, Farrah 
Baker, Heather 
Murphy, Kristy 
Collins, Jackie 
Mills, Casey 

Top 10 Field Goal 

Player 

Porter, Marrita 
Dennison, Steph 
Williamson, April 
Schell, Karen 
Byars, Rachel 
Ashby, Neco 
Britt. Jamie 
Ralston, Laura 
Flannery, Karen 
Wells, Kara 



Lewis Co 
Butler 
Taylor Co 
Pulaski Co 
Marion Co. 
Leslie Co 



23 



2Pt 3Pt 

181 111 

243 2 

208 23 

187 9 

262 

165 43 

196 21 

267 8 

213 6 



Dawson Springs 25 152 40 



FT Pts 

239 934 

195 687 

110 595 
170 571 

74 598 

151 610 

111 566 
124 682 
129 573 
191 615 



Ppg 

346 
299 
28.3 
272 
272 
265 
25.7 
253 
249 
246 



Percentage Leaders 



School 
Butler 

Edmonson Co 
Gallatin Co 
Lafayette 
Union Co 
Shelby Co 
Wan-en East 
Webster Co 
Garrard Co. 
Logan Co 



Gms 
22 
27 
25 



Top 10 Free Throw Percentage Leaders 



Player 

Walz, Jaime 

Bowen, Bradie 

Sullivan, Farrah 

Buchanan, Amy 

Davis, Sarah 

Mills, Casey 

Pentacost, Vickie 

Robertson, Brandy Hancock Co 

Wilson, Brandi Somerset 



Gms 
27 
21 
23 



School 

Highlands 

Grant Co. 

Taylor Co. 

Graves Co 

Henderson Co 

Dawson Springs 

Muhlenberg North 25 
25 
27 



25 



Att Md 

339 262 

354 238 

214 141 

257 166 

367 226 

222 136 

405 247 

219 133 

367 221 

137 82 



Att Md 

278 239 

88 75 

185 151 

154 125 

84 68 

238 191 

100 80 

103 82 

169 134 



Wheatley, Crystal North Hardin 



24 105 81 



Pet 
0773 
0672 
0659 
0646 
0.616 
0.613 
0.610 
0607 
0602 
0599 



Pet 
0860 
0852 
0816 
0812 
0,810 
0.803 
0.800 
0.796 
0793 
0.771 



Top 10 Three Point Field Goal Leaders (ranked by 3FG pg) 

Player School Gms Att Md P/G 

Walz, Jaime Highlands 27 

Jarvis, Stephanie Muhlenberg North 25 

Holland, Stephanie Calloway Co 

Fry, Brooke Fulton City 

McMurtrey, Kelly Metcalfe Co. 20 

Brown, Gretchen Somerset 27 

Bowen, Bradie Grant Co. 21 

Hardison, Stormie Muhlenberg South 24 

Kiefer, Crystal Dayton 23 

Duncan, Ingra Monticello 27 



21 



111 
78 



57 



292 

162 

186 

145 

220 

187 69 

109 52 

204 59 

166 56 

194 66 



2.9 



25 
2.5 



Top 10 Rebounding Leaders (ranked by rebounds per game) 

Player School 

Herald, Josie Breathitt Co 

Hathaway, Terica Providence 
Hamilton, Candee KSD 
Noble, Andra Buckhorn 

Reutman, Kelly Villa Madonna 
Jackson. Shanica Atherton 
Railey. Elisha Bardstown 

Gearheart, MeLena Betsy Layne 
Fariey, Laura Model 

Harrison, Crystal Oneida Baptist 



Gms 


Reb 


Avg 


24 


418 


174 


23 


365 


15.9 


25 


393 


157 


26 


400 


15,4 


27 


399 


148 


24 


353 


147 


24 


351 


146 


24 


339 


14,1 


25 


339 


136 


21 


278 


13.2 



TEAM LEADERS 














Top 10 Scoring Teams (ranked by points per game) 


School 


Gms Won 


.os( Points 


P-Gm 




Webster Co 


26 


23 


3 


2063 


793 




Whitesburg 


24 


24 





1878 


782 




Breathitt Co 


24 


19 


5 


1807 


75.3 




Marshall Co 


27 


24 


3 


1897 


70.3 




Holy Cross (Lou.) 


28 


24 


4 


1963 


70.1 




Pulaski Co. 


22 


20 


2 


1534 


69.7 




Butler 


23 


18 


5 


1582 


68.8 




West Carter 


25 


21 


4 


1721 


68.8 




Wan-en East 


28 


25 


3 


1905 


680 




Male 


26 


19 


7 


1763 


67.8 




Top 10 Scoring Defense Teams (ranked by points per ga 


School 


Gms 


A/on 


Los( 


Allow 


P-Gm 




Lafayette 


26 


21 


5 


968 


372 




Holy Cross (Lou ) 


28 


24 


4 


1092 


39.0 




GR Clark 


24 


19 


5 


936 


390 




Muhlenberg North 


25 


23 


2 


1019 


40.8 




Woodford Co 


25 


15 


10 


1031 


41.2 




Louisville Collegiate 21 


12 


9 


867 


41.3 




Paul Blazer 


25 


16 


9 


1052 


42.1 




Christian Academy 


21 


13 


8 


890 


42.4 




South Oldham 


26 


17 


9 


1105 


425 




Edmonson Co 


27 


20 


7 


1153 


427 




Top 10 Field Goal Percentage Teams 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Losf 


Md 


Att 


Pet 


Newport Catholic 


28 


21 


7 


349 


631 


0.553 


Butler 


23 


18 


5 


668 


1240 


0.539 


Whitesburg 


24 


24 





678 


1285 


0528 


Logan Co 


24 


17 


7 


531 


1068 


0.497 


Marshall Co 


27 


24 


3 


724 


1469 


0493 


Edmonson Co 


27 


20 


7 


611 


1244 


0491 


DuPont Manual 


23 


17 


6 


567 


1160 


0489 


Lafayette 


26 


21 


5 


524 


1079 


0486 


Muhlenberg North 


25 


23 


2 


333 


696 


0478 


Holy Cross (Lou ) 


28 


24 


4 


794 


1666 


0,477 


Top 10 Free Throw Percentage Teams 






School 


Gms 


Won 


Losf 


Md 


Att 


Pcf 


Muhlenberg North 


25 


23 


2 


380 


508 


0748 


Highlands 


27 


19 


8 


329 


470 


0.700 


Pulaski Co 


22 


20 


2 


285 


409 


0.697 


Graves Co 


23 


18 


5 


327 


486 


0673 


Somerset 


27 


21 


6 


388 


582 


667 


Henderson Co. 


21 


15 


6 


312 


469 


0.665 


Adair Co 


26 


15 


11 


368 


554 


664 


Taylor Co 


23 


18 


5 


276 


417 


0662 


Monroe Co 


28 


24 


4 


454 


687 


0661 


Apollo 


24 


14 


10 


311 


471 


0660 


Top 10 Three Point Field Goal Percentage Teams 




School 


Gms 


Won 


Losf 


Md 


Att 


Pcf 


Whitesburg 


24 


24 





54 


112 


0482 


Carlisle Co 


22 


8 


14 


52 


113 


0.460 


Muhlenberg North 


25 


23 


2 


63 


145 


0.434 


KSD 


26 


12 


14 


11 


26 


0423 


Grant Co 


21 


9 


12 


105 


249 


0422 


DuPont Manual 


23 


17 


6 


26 


65 


0400 


Betsy Layne 


25 


20 


5 


66 


169 


0.391 


Fulton City 


21 


13 


8 


62 


163 


0.380 


North Hardin 


24 


11 


13 


87 


231 


0.377 


Fairview 


20 


12 


8 


40 


106 


0.377 


Top 10 Rebounding Teams (ranked by rebounds 


perga 


School 


Gms 


Won 


Losf 


Reb 


P-Gm 




Breathitt Co 


24 


19 


5 


1081 


45.0 




Oneida Baptist 


21 


12 


9 


944 


450 




KSD 


26 


12 


14 


1165 


448 




Berea 


28 


21 


7 


1219 


435 




Newport Catholic 


28 


21 


7 


1209 


432 




Shelby Valley 


22 


9 


13 


938 


426 




Central 


25 


14 


11 


1054 


422 




Notre Dame 


23 


14 


9 


967 


42.0 




Cordia 


21 


15 


6 


879 


41 9 




Bracken Co. 


28 


20 


8 


1158 


41.4 





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13 



MJMHIWMIWIiWBHHIiilft 



MARCH-APRIL 1995 



1995 Tennis Alignments 



1995 GIRLS' TENNIS REGIONS 

1. MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Graves Co., Heath, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, UHA 

2. BOWLING GREEN - Allen Co.. Bar- 
ren Co., Bowling Green, Butler Co., 
Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin- 
Simpson, Grayson Co., Greenwood, 
Glasgow, Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe 
Co., Monroe Co., Russellville, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

3. OWENSBORO - Apollo, Daviess 
Co., Hancock Co., Henderson Co., 
McLean Co., Madisonville-NH, Muhlen- 
berg North, Muhlenberg South, Ohio Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Provi- 
dence, South Hopkins, Union Co., 
Webster Co., West Hopkins 

4. ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair Co., 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Campbellsville, 
Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Frederick 
Fraize, Ft. Knox, Green Co., LaRue Co., 
Marion Co., Meade Co., Nelson Co., 
North Hardin, Taylor Co., Wash. Co. 

5. EAST JEFFERSON - Assumption, 
Ballard, Eastern, Eminence, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, 
Oldham Co., Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
South Oldham, Trimble Co., Waggener, 
Walden 

6. CENTRAL JEFFERSON - Atherton. 
Central, Christian Academy, Manual, 
Evangel, Highview Baptist, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Mercy Academy, 
Moore, Presentation, Shawnee, St. 
Francis 

7. WEST JEFFERSON - Bullitt Cen- 
tral, Bullitt East, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, 
Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, North 
Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, 
Spencer Co., Valley, Western 

8. LEXINGTON - Anderson Co.. Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., Henry 
Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lexing- 
ton Catholic, Lexington Christian, Paul 
Dunbar, Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

9. RICHMOND - Berea, Boyle Co., 
Danville, Estill Co., Garrard Co., George 
Rogers Clark, Harrodsburg, Jackson City, 
Lee Co., Lincoln Co., Madison Central, 
Madison Southern, Mercer Co., Model, 
Pulaski Co., Pulaski Southwestern, 



Russell Co., Somerset 

10. BARBOURVILLE - Allen Central, 
Barbourville, Bell Co., Buckhorn, 
Cawood, Clay Co., Corbin, Harlan, 
Jenkins, June Buchanan, Knott Co. Cen- 
tral, Knox Central, Leslie Co., Letcher, 
McCreary Central, Middlesboro, North 
Laurel, Oneida Baptist, Pineville, South 
Laurel, St. Camillus, Whitesburg 

1 1 . ASHLAND - Bath Co., Betsy Layne, 
Boyd Co., East Carter, Hazard, Lawrence 
Co., Magoffin Co., Morgan Co., 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Pike 
Co. Central, Prestonsburg, Raceland, 
Rose Hill, Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon 
Clark 

12. FORT THOMAS - Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell Co., 
Carroll Co., Conner, Covington Latin, 
Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co., High- 
lands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memo- 
rial, Notre Dame, Ryle, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna 

13. PARIS - Augusta, Bourbon Co., 
Deming, Harrison Co., Mason Co., Mont- 
gomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paris, 
Pendleton Co., St. Patrick, Scott Co. 

1995 BOYS' TENNIS REGIONS 



1. MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Graves Co., Heath, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, UHA 

2. BOWLING GREEN - Allen Co.. Bar- 
ren Co., Bowling Green, Butler Co., 
Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Grayson Co., Green- 
wood, Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co., 
Monroe Co., Russellville, Wan-en Central, 
Warren East 

3. HENDERSON CO. -Apollo. Daviess 
Co., Hancock Co., Henderson Co., 
McLean Co., Madisonville-NH, 
Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg South, 
Ohio Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, 
Union Co., Webster Co., West Hopkins 

4. ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair Co., 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Campbellsville, 
Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, 
Frederick Fraize, Green Co., LaRue Co., 
Marion Co., Meade Co., Nelson Co., 
North Hardin, Taylor Co., Wash. Co. 

5. EAST JEFFERSON - Ballard, East- 
em, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 



Country Day, Oldham Co., Seneca, South 
Oldham, Trimble Co., Trinity (Louisville), 
Waggener, Walden 

6. CENTRAL JEFFERSON - Atherton. 
Central, Christian Academy, duPont 
Manual, Evangel, Highview Baptist, Lou- 
isville Collegiate, Male, Moore, Shawnee, 
St. Francis, St. Xavier 

7. WEST JEFFERSON - Bullitt Cen- 
tral, Bullitt East, Butler, DeSales, Doss, 
Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, North 
Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, 
Spencer Co., Valley, Western 

8. LEXINGTON - Anderson Co.. Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., Henry 
Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lexing- 
ton Catholic, Lexington Christian, Paul 
Dunbar, Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

9. RICHMOND - Berea, Boyle Co., 
Breathitt Co., Danville, Estill Co., Garrard 
Co., George Rogers Clark, Harrodsburg, 
Jackson City, Lee Co., Lincoln Co., Madi- 
son Central, Madison Southern, 
McCreary Central, Mercer Co., Model, 
Pulaski Co., Pulaski Southwestern, 
Russell Co., Somerset 

10. BARBOURVILLE - Allen Central, 
Barbourville, Bell Co., Buckhorn, 
Cawood, Clay Co., Corbin, Cumberland, 
Fleming-Neon, Harian, Jenkins, June 
Buchanan, Knott Co. Central, Knox Cen- 
tral, Leslie Co., Letcher, Middlesboro, 
North Laurel, Oneida Baptist, Pineville, 
South Laurel, St. Camillus, Whitesburg 

1 1 . ASHLAND - Bath Co., Betsy Layne, 
Boyd Co., East Carter, Greenup Co., 
Hazard, Lawrence Co., Magoffin Co., 
Morgan Co., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Pikeville, Pike Co. Central, Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rose Hill, Rowan Co., Russell, 
Sheldon Clark 

12. FORT THOMAS - Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell Co., 
Carroll Co., Conner, Covington Catholic, 
Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin Co., Highlands, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Ryle, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna 

13. PARIS - Augusta, Bourbon Co., 
Deming, Harrison Co., Lewis Co., Mason 
Co., Millersburg Military Institute, Mont- 
gomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paris, 
Pendleton Co., St. Patrick, Scott Co. 



14 



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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



Track Group Proposes Indoor Season 



MINUTES 



The Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track and Field Committee 
met at the KHSAA in Lexington on Feb. 
1, 1995. The meeting was called to or- 
der by Brigid L. DeVries, Executive As- 
sistant Commissioner, at 1:30 p.m. 

Members present were Augie 
Schiller, Tony Rowe, Dave Shufelt, 
Brother Borgia, Tim Schlotman, Tim 
Estes, Alice Leigh, Jean Wright, Charlie 
Ruter, Bill Patton, Bob Stacey, Frank 
Miklavcic, Gordon Bocock, Duane 
Stewart, and Barry Binkley. 

Charlie Ruter and Gordon Bocock 
reported that the Mason-Dixon Games 
were a complete success. Copies of the 
results and the numbers of participants 
were given to each member of the Track 
Committee. There were approximately 
1,672 high school athletes participating 
in this event. From the discussion of the 
Mason-Dixon Games, Dave Shufelt made 
a motion to recommend that the KHSAA 
recognize indoor track as a sanctioned 
sport with a starting date of Dec. 1 . The 
motion was seconded by Bob Stacy. 
Charlie Ruter reiterated that the main 
objective was the responsibility to the stu- 
dent-athlete to assist them in obtaining 
scholarships and other competitive op- 
portunities. Ms. DeVries will present this 
recommendation to the Board of Control. 
Chariie Ruter also gave thanks to the 
Coaches Association for its support to the 
Mason-Dixon Games. 

Jean Wright gave a report on the 
1994 Blue Grass State Games. The 
games went well and provided good par- 
ticipation and fun. One problem occurred 
when one track group showed up too 
earty. The only other problem that sur- 
faced dealt with out-of-state competitors 
when the games are strictly for Kentuck- 
ians only. 

Gordon Bocock gave a report on the 
workshops held at the KHSAA office on 
Jan. 13-14, 1995. The clinic workers did 
an excellent job and Stephanie Hightower 
was outstanding as the banquet speaker. 
The clinic had a great deal of increased 
interest in track. Several committee 
members suggested that the workshop 
be held over a three-day period and in- 
clude the NFICEP Clinic first, followed by 
a coaches clinic and ending with an ath- 
lete workshop. Ms. DeVries will follow- 
up with Julian Tackett on the availability 
of the certification as part of the workshop 
format. 

The next item on the agenda was a 
discussion of the 1995 regional track 
sites. To date, written requests submit- 



ted by schools wanting to host regional 
tournaments were given consideration by 
the committee. They included requests 
in Class A from Region 2 Apollo, Region 
6 Boyd County and Region 7 
Williamsburg; In Class AA, Region 1 
Webster County and Paducah Tilghman 
and Region 7 Williamsburg; in Class AAA, 
Region 1 Apollo, Region 5 Eastern, Re- 
gion 6 Boyd County and Region 8 North 
Laurel. Gordon Bocock reiterated the 
committee's philosophy that a rotation 
begin between schools where more than 
one school wants to host an event. The 
following changes were made: Class A 
Apollo, Region 6 rotation between Boyd 
County and then Russell, Region 7 
Williamsburg will now host events; Class 
AA rotation between Region 1 Paducah 
Tilghman and Webster County, Region 
6 Williamsburg will now host events; 
Class AAA Region 1 Apollo, Region 5 
Eastern and Shelby County and Region 
6 rotation between Boyd County and 
Northern Kentucky, and Region 8 Bell 
County followed by North Laurel in 1996 
if interest is still there. Ms. DeVries will 
follow-up on the committee recommen- 
dations for regional sites in writing. Sites 
not considered by written requests or 
verbal requests by committee members 
will be solicited from those who managed 
events in 1994. 

Committee members analyzed the 
1994 State Meet and made some sug- 
gestions for the 1995 meet. The first item 
was the concern that the student-athletes, 
especially in the last class, did not have 
enough time to warm-up and there 
seemed to be too much time between 
hurdle events. Frank Miklavcic sug- 
gested that the track schedule of events 
be moved to 4:30 for the Class AA events. 
A discussion was held in determining the 
order of who will compete first. The 
schedule was changed so Class A runs 
first. Class AAA second, and Class AA is 
last. Dave Shufelt proposed that in the 
field events, Julian Tackett compile the 
lists in flights from worst to best so the 
field event competition would be in this 
order. Brother Borgia seconded the mo- 
tion. Dave Shufelt asked that the Class 
A event winners be recognized in a bet- 
ter fashion. Tony Rowe asked that the 
team scores be posted periodically for the 
benefit of the student-athletes, coaches, 
and parents. Also, several committee 
members mentioned that some of the 
high-jump equipment needed to be 
checked for this year's state meet. Gor- 
don Bocock, Frank Miklavcic and Brigid 
DeVries will work with UK on this matter. 

Other recommendations for the state 
meet include the following: the meet in- 



structions include how the jury of appeals 
will be used, that numbers be worn on 
the back for running events, attention to 
the rule on unsportsmanlike conduct and 
a reference to uniforms and eyewear be 
emphasized and that officials monitor the 
finish line more closely. Brother Borgia 
urged that the jury be used for final deci- 
sion. The committee commented that the 
sportsmanship of most athletes was 
pretty good, and coaches and officials 
need to work to keep it that way. Barry 
Binkley recommended that the State 
Coaches Association buy certified scales 
for the pole vault event. 

The next item was the qualifying pro- 
cedure from region to state using place 
or regional times. Charlie Ruter moved 
to use place, with Dave Shufelt second- 
ing the motion. The committee voted 7 
in favor with 4 opposed. After much dis- 
cussion, Charlie Ruter re-submitted his 
motion and Frank Miklavcic moved to use 
the regional times to qualify Alice Leigh 
seconded the motion. The committee 
voted 9 in favor with 3 opposed, so re- 
gional times will be used to assign lanes 
in the state meet this year. 

The next agenda was a discussion 
of the two-week delay between regional 
and state competition. The committee felt 
that the delay was not in the best interest 
of the student-athletes. No changes were 
made at this time Ms. DeVries will talk 
with Commissioner Stout and the Board 
of Control at their next meeting on this 
issue. 

Ms. DeVries recommended that 
people look closely at the National Fed- 
eration Rule Book and the shaded areas 
of the rules. She also updated the health 
condition of John Gettler. 

There being no further business, the 
meeting was adjourned at 4:30 p.m. 



■95 SPRING SPORTS 


TITLE SCHEDULE 


Baseball 




District 


May 15-19 


Regional 


May 22-26 


Sectional 


May 29-June 3 


Finals 


June 8-10 


Track 




Regional 


May 19-20 


Finals 


June 2-3 


Softball 




District 


May 15-19 


Regional 


May 22-26 


Finals 


June 1-3 


Tennis 




Regional 


May 16-20 


Finals 


June 1-3 



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W) Spring Sports Rule Interpretations 



SITUATION #1 : B1 thinks the count is 2- 
2, but the count is really 3-1. The next 
pitch is a called strike. B1 thinks the call 
is strike three and leaves the batter's box 
en route to the dugout. RULING: The 
umpire shall charge a strike to B1 for leav- 
ing the batter's box. This would be a third 
strike on 81 . 7-3-1 

SITUATION #2: The count on B1 is 3-0. 
B1 thinks the next pitch is a ball and starts 
to first base, leaving the batter's box. 
RULING: The pitch was judged to be a 
strike, and since B1 left the batter's box, 
he is charged with an additional strike, 
which is the penalty for leaving the 
batter's box. The count is now 3-2. 7-3-1 
SITUATION #3: B1 steps out of the 
batter's box, or the umpire's "strike" call 
for the batter stepping out of the batter's 
box causes SI to balk. RULING: If 81 
clearly stepped out of the batter's box 
before the time of the pitch, then the um- 
pire shall penalize only 81 - The balk is 
nullified. However, if 81 stepped out si- 
multaneously with the pitcher committing 
a balk, the umpire shall call "time" and 
start play over. Neither 81 nor SI would 
be penalized. 6-2-4d 
SITUATION #4: With SI on second, 82 
hits a fair ball down the right field line that 
is deflected into foul territory by F9. F9 
retrieves the ball and throws to F2 in an 
effort to retire SI, who is attempting to 
score. F9's throw breaks the plane of the 
occupied or unoccupied designated me- 
dia area but does not touch anything, in- 
cluding the ground, in the designated 
media area. RULING: The ball remains 
alive, and the play stands. 1-2-3, 5-1-1 1 
SITUATION #5: With two out and an ille- 
gal substitute at second base, "84 hits a 
home run out of the park. Before the next 
pitch, the illegal substitute is discovered. 
RULING: The illegal substitute is called 
out and ejected. No runs score and the 
home run is nullified. 84 leads off the next 
inning. 

SITUATION #6: S1 , who is an illegal sub- 
stitute, scores, but 84 is thrown out for 
the third out, attempting to advance to 
second base. As both teams change po- 
sitions, and before a pitch to the next 
batter can be made, the umpire is in- 
formed by the opposing team's coach that 
SI is an illegal substitute. RULING: Even 
though both teams changed positions, a 
pitch had not been thrown to the next 
batter. Therefore, the previous play is 
nullified. SI is called out, his run does 
not count and 85 shall lead off the next 
inning. 2-36-3, 3-1-1, 8-4-lk 



SITUATION #7: S1, an unreported sub- 
stitute, is batting for 82 instead of 83. 
While at bat, SI 's coach realizes SI is 
not batting for the correct player. RUL- 
ING: Since S1 became a legal substitute 
upon entering the batter's box when the 
ball became alive, 31 is officially at bat 
and 82 is considered out of the game. 
The next batter is 83. 2-36-2, 3-1-1 
SITUATION #8: 81 's bunt rolls up the first 
base line where it hits 81 's bat that was 
lying on the ground in fair territory. The 
ball deflects into foul territory. Is the ball 
fair or foul? RULING: The ball is foul, pro- 
vided the bat was not placed there inten- 
tionally, because the bat is considered 
to be part of the playing field. 2-5-1 , 2-8- 
1, 2-16-1, 8-4-id 

SITUATION #9: With two outs, SI at- 
tempts to steal third. F2 obstructs 84 as 
84 swings. F2 overthrows F5 at third try- 
ing to get SI . SI attempts to score and is 
thrown out at the plate by F7. RULING: 
The coach of the team at bat, after being 
informed of F2's obstruction, elects to 
have the penalty for catcher's obstruc- 
tion enforced. Therefore, 84 is awarded 
first base and SI is awarded third base. 
8-1 -le 

SITUATION #10: On a hit and run with 
SI on first base, 82 hits a ground ball 
between first and second. F4 dives for 
the ball. SI sees that he cannot avoid F4 
in time and elects to hurdle him. F4, in 
getting up, makes contact with S1 . 
RULING: At the time SI made a commit- 
ment to hurdle, F4 was lying on the 
ground. Therefore, S1 Is legal, even If 
contact is made. If, by getting up, F4 con- 
tacts S1 , F4 could be called for obstruc- 
tion if he does not have the ball. 8-4-2c 
SITUATION #1 1 : With the bases loaded, 
84 hits a deep fly ball to centerfield. SI 's 
coach at third grabs 81 in the event F8 
makes the catch. The ball goes over the 
fence for a home run. RULING: R1 is de- 
clared out because of his coach's assis- 
tance. The other runners score. If S1 's 
out had been the third out, no runs would 
score. 3-2-2 Penalty 
SITUATION #12: SI is on first when 82 
hits a grounder to right field. SI misses 
second on the way to third base. Before 
reaching third, the ball is thrown out of 
play. S1 goes back to touch second, but 
82 is on the base. RULING: SI may 
touch the base occupied by a following 
runner. After touching the base, SI shall 
be awarded two bases (home). 5-2-2b, 
8-2-6 8-3-3c 

SITUATION #13: 81 enters the batter's 
box with a white bat. The coach of the 
opposing team complains to the umpire 
that the bat should be ruled illegal be- 
cause a white ball cannot be easily seen 



coming off a white bat, which would be a 
safety risk for the fielders. 
RULING: A bat may be any color, includ- 
ing white, provided it meets all rule speci- 
fications. 1-3-5 

SITUATION #14: SI comes in for F7 in 
the second inning, but is not discovered. 
In the seventh inning, SI comes in for F8 
and is batting when the opposing team 
contends that SI was a substitute earlier 
in the game. RULING: Unless the um- 
pire has knowledge that S1 had In fact 
been in the game eariier, SI cannot be 
treated as an illegal substitute. 3-1-1 
SITUATION #15: (a) Before the pregame 
conference, or (b) after the pregame con- 
ference. Team A's coach decides not to 
start SI. RULING: Lineups become offi- 
cial after they have been exchanged, veri- 
fied and then accepted by the umpire-in- 
chief during the pregame conference. In 

(a) lineup changes may be made without 
penalty. In (b) unless SI is injured. III or 
ejected, SI shall pitch to one batter. If SI 
does not pitch to one batter, SI may re- 
enter the game but not as the pitcher. 1 - 
1-1,3-1-1,3-1-2 

SITUATION #16: On a passed ball, R1 
slides at home making contact with F1 
who is covering, but is ruled safe and re- 
turns to the dugout. As F1 approaches 
the mound, he makes an unsportsman- 
like comment and is ejected. Fl 's coach, 
upset that Fl was ejected, tells the plate 
umpire that R1 should have been ejected 
because of malicious contact on Rl's 
slide. The plate umpire agrees and calls 
R1 out and ejects him. RTs coach claims 
that the umpire's Initial call should stand 
because it was a judgment call. RULING: 
Until the next pitch or an attempted play, 
the umpire may change his call. There- 
fore, the umpire is within his authority to 
change his call in the above situation, 
although the umpire made a serious er- 
ror in changing his call the way he did. 
10-1-4 

SITUATION #17: Expecting a bunt, F3 
positions himself (a) within 10 or so feet 
of the plate, or (b) halfway to home and 
charges the plate after the pitch Is deliv- 
ered. The batter's coach claims F3 is dis- 
tracting his batter and could be seriously 
injured by a batted ball. RULING: The 
rules do not prohibit the fielder in (a) or 

(b) from being near home plate before or 
after the pitcher delivers the ball. 1 -1-3 
SITUATION #18: With one out and S1 
on third and R2 on second, a ground ball 
is hit to the infield. A play is made at the 
plate on SI. F2's swipe tag misses SI 
who also fails to touch home plate. The 
umpire, seeing F2 miss SI, gives a safe 
signal. SI proceeds to the dugout think- 
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asks the umpire if S1 touched the plate. 
The plate umpire says he distinctly saw 
S1 miss the plate, but because he gave 
the safe signal, he was inclined to call 
him safe. The coach protests. The other 
team's coach claims that S1 would have 
tried to return and touch home plate had 
the umpire not made the safe signal. 
RULING: By rule, a runner shall touch 
the plate in order to score. Since the plate 
umpire observed S1 miss the plate, S1 
shall be ruled out. 8-2-1 COMMENT: The 
umpire should not have given the safe 
signal. 

SITUATION #19: S1 attempts to steal 
second. F2, upon receiving the pitch, 
throws a popup to F6. F5 yells "get back, 
get back". R1 thinks B2 has hit a popup 
and starts back to first where he is tagged 
out. RULING: This is verbal obstruction 
and SI shall be awarded second base. 
2-22-1 

SITUATION #20: Illegal substitute SI is 
at bat. On the pitch R1 steals second 
base and is safe. 81 did not swing or fake 
a bunt. Before the next pitch, SI , the ille- 
gal substitute, is discovered. RULING: 81 
is out and ejected. Because 81 had noth- 
ing to do with R1 's advance, R1 is allowed 
to remain at second base. 2-36-3, 3-1 -1 
SITUATION #21 : The opposing coaches 
submit their lineup to the umpire-in-chief. 
However, not all of the players of the vis- 
iting team are at the field. The coach lists 
the players not at the game as the 8th 
and 9th hitters to give them time to ar- 
rive. RULING: This is not allowable. At 
the time the lineups are exchanged, all 
starters must be at the field. Therefore, 
the coach of the visiting team must re- 
place the players not at the game. If the 
coach does not have enough players to 
start the game, the game is forfeited. 4- 
4-lf 

SITUATION #22: Underneath Pi's 
fielder's glove is a white batter's glove. 
B1 tells the umpire that the white batter's 
glove is distracting. RULING: Although 
the rules do not specifically prohibit a 
pitcher from wearing a white batter's 
glove, if the batter claims that it is dis- 
tracting, then 81 would not be permitted 
to wear a white batter's glove underneath 
a fielder's glove. 6-2-lf 



SOFTBAUU 

SITUATION #1: With 81 on first, B2 hits 
a foul fiy ball that is caught by F5, who 
has one foot in dead ball area and the 
other in live ball area. Her momentum 
then cames her completely into dead ball 
area. RULING: As soon as F5 entered 
dead ball area completely with both feet, 
the ball became dead immediately. 81 is 
awarded second base. Because the 



catch was made while one of B1's feet 
was in play, the catch Is allowed. 5-1 -li 
SITUATION #2: 81, while winding up, 
slides her pivot foot forward just off the 
pitcher's plate to enable her to pivot with- 
out catching her cleats as she turns to 
deliver a pitch. As a result, Si's foot is 
not in contact with the pitcher's plate 
when the ball is released. RULING: If 81 
slides her pivot foot forward as she piv- 
ots, there is no penalty. However, if 81 
slides her pivot foot forward without piv- 
oting and loses contact with the pitcher's 
plate, she is guilty of an illegal pitch. 6-1 - 
2c 

SITUATION #3: With 81 on tirst, F2 re- 
turns the ball to 81 in the 16-foot circle 
after the pitch. With the ball in her throw- 
ing hand, 81 raises her arm (a) slightly 
and loosens up her arm, or (b) above her 
head to better position her jersey sleeves 
and to stretch her arm, or (c) and simply 
makes a motion as if to play on 81 . 
RULING: In the umpire's judgment, if the 
arm motion by 81 is an attempted play, 
81 is released from base. Therefore, in 

(a) and (b) the umpire is unlikely to con- 
sider these acts as attempted plays. How- 
ever, in (c) whether the arm is raised or 
drawn back sidearm or underhand, if in 
the umpire's judgment, SI is making the 
motion in an effort to hold 81 close, the 
umpire shall consider such an act as an 
attempted play.8-4-2k Note 
SITUATION #4: 81 steps onto the pitch- 
ers plate and looks to her coach in the 
dugout for a signal. RULING: This is le- 
gal, provided she at least gives the ap- 
pearance that she has taken a signal from 
F2. 6-1 -lb, 6-2-3 

SITUATION #5: Must a team have six- 
inch numbers on the front and back of its 
uniform jerseys? RULING: No. Six-inch 
numbers will be required in '96, but only 
on the back of the uniform jersey. Num- 
bers of any size may be worn on the front. 1- 
1-5 

SITUATION #6: After releasing the ball 
simultaneously with the forward step, the 
pitcher continues her arm action (a) up 
and toward her head and then stops, or 

(b) up and around, stopping just before 
reaching her hip a second time. 
RULING: In (a) it is a legal pitch because 
the action after releasing the ball is con- 
sidered a follow through. In (b) it is an 
illegal pitch because the action after the 
release of the ball is considered to be a 
continuation of the windup. 6-1 -4e NOTE 
SITUATION #7: With 81 on second, 82 
hits a fair ground ball down the right field 
line that is deflected into foul territory by 
F9. F9 retrieves the ball and throws to F2 
in an effort to retire 81 , who is attempting 
to score. F9's throw breaks the plane of 
the occupied or unoccupied designated 
media area but does not touch anything, 
including the ground, in the designated 



media area. RULING: The ball remains 
alive, and the play stands. 1-2-3, 5-1 -lo 
SITUATION #8: While running to third 
base on a triple, Jones gets a cramp in 
her leg. She reaches third base safely but 
is unable to get rid of the cramp and 
leaves the game, forcing her team to play 
with eight players. In the seventh inning 
Smith takes a bad hop in the mouth, 
knocking out several teeth and has to 
leave the game. By this time, Jones no 
longer has a cramp and reports to the 
umpire as a substitute for Smith, batting 
in her original spot. RULING: This is not 
legal. Once a player leaves the game 
causing her team to play with eight play- 
ers, that team may not return to nine play- 
ers. Therefore, when Smith had to leave 
the game, her team must forfeit because 
it may not finish the game with less than 
eight players. 4-3-1f 
SITUATION #9: 81, an unreported sub- 
stitute, is batting for B2 instead of B3. 
While at bat. Si's coach realizes 81 is 
not batting for the correct player. 
RULING: Since SI became a legal sub- 
stitute upon entering the batter's box 
when the ball became alive, 81 is offi- 
cially at bat and B2 is considered out of 
the game. B2 could re-enter if she has 
re-entry eligibility and replace 81. 2-22- 
2, 3-1-2d, 3-1-4 

SITUATION #10: 81, who is an illegal 
substitute, scores, but B4 is thrown out 
for the third out attempting to advance to 
second base. As both teams change po- 
sitions, and before a pitch to the next 
batter can be made, the umpire is in- 
formed by the opposing team's coach that 
81 is an illegal substitute. RULING: Even 
though both teams changed positions, a 
pitch had not been thrown to the next 
batter. Therefore, the previous play is 
nullified. S1 is ejected, her run does not 
count and B5 shall lead off the next in- 
ning. 2-22-3, 3-1-2 Penalty 
SITUATION #11: Bl's bunt rolls up the 
first base line where it hits Bl's bat that 
was lying on the ground in fair territory. 
The ball deflects into foul territory. Is the 
ball fair or foul? RULING: The ball is foul, 
provided the bat was not placed there 
intentionally, because the bat is consid- 
ered to be part of the playing field. 2-8-2, 
8-4-lg 

SITUATION #12: With two outs, 81 at- 
tempts to steal third. F2 obstructs B4 as 
B4 swings. F2 overthrows F5 at third try- 
ing to get 81 . 81 attempts to score and is 
thrown out at the plate by F7. 
RULING: The coach of the team at bat, 
after being informed of F2's obstruction,, 
elects to have the penalty for catcher's 
obstruction enforced. Therefore, B4 is 
awarded first base and 81 is awarded 
third base. 8-1 -1 e 

SITUATION #13: On a hit and run with 
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tween first and second. F4 dives for the 
ball. S1 sees that she cannot avoid F4 in 
time and elects to hurdle her. F4, in get- 
ting up, makes contact with S1. 
RULING: At the time S1 made a commit- 
ment to hurdle, F4 was lying on the 
ground. Therefore, S1 is legal, even if 
contact is made. If, by getting up, F4 con- 
tacts SI , F4 could be called for obstruc- 
tion if she does not have the ball. 8-3-2, 
8-4-2C Note 

SITUATION #14: The right field fence is 
180 feet. The opposing coaches agree 
to a ground rule that provides for a double 
instead of a home run if the batter hits 
the ball over the fence. RULING: The 
umpire(s) shall not permit ground rules 
to supersede a rule book rule. Therefore, 
a batted ball that clears the fence in fair 
territory shall be a home run. 4-1-3 
SITUATION #15: SI is on first when B2 
hits a grounder to right field. SI misses 
second on the way to third base. Before 
reaching third, the ball is thrown out of 
play. SI goes back to touch second, but 
B2 is on the base. 

RULING: SI may touch the base occu- 
pied by a following runner. After touch- 
ing the base, SI shall be awarded two 
bases (home). 8-2-6, 8-3- 3c 
SITUATION #16: B1 enters the batter's 
box with a white bat. The coach of the 
opposing team complains to the umpire 
that the bat should be ruled illegal be- 
cause a white ball cannot be easily seen 
coming off a white bat, which would be a 
safety risk for the fielders. 
RULING: A bat may be any color, includ- 
ing white, provided it meets all rule speci- 
fications. 1-3-5 

SITUATION #17: (a) Before the pregame 
conference ends, or (b) after the pregame 
conference ends. Team A's coach de- 
cides not to start F1. RULING: Lineups 
become official after they have been ex- 
changed, verified and then accepted by 
the umpire-in-chief during the pregame 
conference. In (a) lineup changes may 
be made without penalty. In (b) unless 
SI is injured, ill or ejected, SI shall pitch 
to one batter. If S1 does not pitch to one 
batter, S1 may re-enter the game but not 
as the pitcher. 1-1-1,3-1-1, 3-1-3,4-1-1 
SITUATION #18: The umpire notices 
Bl's bat has dimples in the barrel. 
RULING: This is an illegal bat. If B1 has 
not entered the batter's box, the umpire 
can ask the batter to obtain a legal bat. If 
B1 has entered the batter's box, the um- 
pire shall declare the bat illegal and B1 
shall be declared out. 7-4a 
SITUATION #19: With one out and S1 
on third and R2 on second, a ground ball 
is hit to the infield. A play is made at the 
plate on R1. F2's swipe tag misses SI 
who also fails to touch home plate. The 
umpire, seeing F2 miss SI , gives a safe 
signal. SI proceeds to the dugout think- 



ing she is safe. The opposing team's 
coach asks the umpire if SI touched the 
plate. The plate umpire says he distinctly 
saw SI miss the plate, but because he 
gave the safe signal, he was inclined to 
call her safe. The coach protests. The 
other team's coach claims that SI would 
have tried to return and touch home plate 
had the umpire not made the safe signal. 
RULING: By rule, a runner shall touch the 
plate in order to score. Since the plate 
umpire observed SI miss the plate, SI 
shall be ruled out. 8-2 Penalty 
COMMENT: The umpire should not have 
signaled safe. 

SITUATION #20: 81 squares to bunt and 
hits the pitch. The batted ball bounces 
off the plate and (a) hits Bl's leg or (b) 
Bl's bat a second time while 81 is in the 
batter's box (no foot is entirely outside 
the batter's box). RULING: In (a) and (b) 
it is a foul ball, unless 81 intentionally con- 
tacted the ball a second time. 7-3-2 
SITUATION #21: SI attempts to steal 
second. F2, upon receiving the pitch, 
throws a popup to F6. F5 yells "get back, 
get back". SI thinks S2 has hit a popup 
and starts back to first where she is 
tagged out. RULING: This is verbal ob- 
struction and SI shall be awarded sec- 
ond base. 2-5-4, 8-3-2 
SITUATION #22: Team A is utilizing the 
designated hitter for SI . In the fourth in- 
ning, the DH singles to right field. S1 
comes in to run for the designated hitter. 
Is a courtesy runner allowed to enter the 
game for SI before a pitch is thrown? Is 
the role of DH terminated or may the DH 
re-enter as a DH? RULING: A courtesy 
runner may be used for SI . The DH is 
out of the game but may re-enter if she 
has re-entry privileges, but not as the DH. 
The role of DH was terminated when SI 
entered the game on offense. 3-1-5 
SITUATION #23: Illegal substitute SI is 
at bat. On the pitch S1 steals second base 
and is safe. S1 did not swing or fake a 
bunt. Before the next pitch, SI , the ille- 
gal substitute, is discovered. 
RULING: SI is out and ejected. Because 
SI had nothing to do with Rl's advance, 
SI is allowed to remain at second base.3- 
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TRACK 6c 

Clarification of Rules 7-4-3 and 7-4-7 
Rule 7, Section 4, Article 3 
To decrease the potential for injury in the 
sport of pole vaulting, the rules require 
the vaulter to use a "pole rated at or atiove 
the vaulters body weight." Since the in- 
ception of the fiberglass pole, 
manufacturer's have indicated that vault- 
ers should not use poles rated below their 



body weight. In the opinion of the rules 
committee, there has been an increas- 
ing tendency to use softer poles (pole 
rated below the vaulter's body weight) 
which may increase the potential for in- 
jury. This change represents a desire by 
the rules committee to keep the high 
school vaulter on the landing pad, hope- 
fully in the center. Also, every pole has a 
safe hand holding zone, of which the top 
is usually located six inches from the top 
of the pole. Two manufacturers did manu- 
facture poles with a safe top hand-hold 
position three inches from the top of the 
pole. One of those two manufacturers is 
making a change to six inches while the 
other is considering remaining at three 
inches. The new rule requires that the top 
of the safe hand-hold zone be clearly 
marked with a one-inch circular band 
around the pole in a contrasting color. 
Poles that schools have in their existing 
inventory can easily be marked by the 
coach to comply to this rule change (7-4- 
3). Those poles may be marked with a 
label or with a permanent marking pen of 
a color that contrasts to the pole, with one 
inch numerals above the top hand-hold 
band. The bottom of the band should be 
placed six-inches from the top of the pole 
with one inch vinyl tape. It is suggested 
that the coach initial and date the label. 
New poles with manufacturer markings 
will be accepted as marked by the manu- 
facturer. When the vaulter holds above 
the safety zone it changes how the pole 
bends and may have a negative affect 
concerning the vault. Holding above the 
top hand hold marking could cause the 
pole to bend excessively and, therefore, 
not perform properly. The intent of the 
rules committee is to place the responsi- 
bility on the coach to verify the vaulter is 
using the properly rated pole (rated at or 
above the vaulters weight). Since there 
is enough pressure on schools to obtain 
judges for the various events in dual 
meets now, the committee did not want 
to complicate that problem, nor to place 
the responsibility on the event judge as 
to whether the vaulter is using a properly 
rated pole. As a means to monitor what 
is happening across the country, it would 
be helpful if the coach or competitor would 
give the weight of the vaulter to the event 
judge when they check in prior to com- 
petition. The event judge could easily 
record this information next to each 
competitor's name. However, this will not 
be a requirement for 1995, unless the 
state association decides to use a pro- 
cess that would require this. The state 
association may also go a step further 
by requiring the event judge to check the 
vaulter's pole to insure the vaulter only 
uses a pole rated at or above the vaulter's 
weight. Prior to competition, the referee 
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pole to be used in the competition to verify 
that the poles are legal equipment. Items 
to be checked include the placement of 
a top hand-hold band, numerical pole rat- 
ing in one inch numerals above the top 
hand hold band and the proper binding 
of not more than two layers of adhesive 
tape of uniform thickness (note that the 
binding should not be on or above the 
top hand-hold band). Once the poles are 
verified by the official as being legal 
equipment, it is the responsibility of the 
coach and vaulter to insure that only the 
properly rated pole is used. At this time, 
there is no specific penalty for using a 
pole rated below the vaulter's weight or 
holding above the top hand hold band. 
We know that coaches understand the 
need to improve the safety of this event 
and will continue to work toward that end. 
The committee is also confident that 
coaches will instruct the vaulter as to the 
proper use of the pole to include not us- 
ing a pole rated below the vaulters weight 
or gripping the pole above the safety 
zone. Coaches in other sports are asked 
to verify that their athletes are wearing or 
using legal or proper equip-ment, so this 
is certainly not a new procedure. 

Rule 7, Section 4, Article 7 

Regarding hard or unyielding surfaces, it 



is recommended that concrete, metal, 
wood or asphalt that may extend out from 
under the landing pad be cut away and 
removed. The second option is to pad 
these hard surfaces with a minimum of 
two inches of dense foam or other suit- 
able material(s). We have been asked 
how far should one pad out from the land- 
ing pad? The size ot the landing pad and 
length of poles being used by the vault- 
ers is certainly a determining factor. 
When using a larger landing pad (larger 
than 16'6"), three to four feet of additional 
padding should be sufficient. However, 
when using the smaller landing pad (16'), 
and using longer poles (14' or longer), it 
may be necessary to pad out a longer 
distance. In other words, pad out as far 
as the longest pole can carry the vaulter 
on an errant vault. Another question fre- 
quently asked, is when the landing pad 
is located next to the asphalt track, how 
can you pad the curb or track and con- 
duct running events? You cannot. We 
suggest that the pole vault event begin 
much earlier so there is no interference 
with the running events. The adoption of 
rules 7-4-3 and 7-4-7 may not eliminate 
all possible injuries, but the adherence 
to these rules should reduce the poten- 
tial for injury. We all must continually 
strive to reduce the potential of injury re- 



lating to the sport of pole vaulting and the 
adoption of these new rules is certainly a 
positive step in that direction. 
SITUATION #1: At the 1200 meter mark 
of the 1600 meter run, the umpire (a) 
observes a runner checking his wrist 
watch for a split time, or (b) hears an au- 
dible beep from a runner's watch. He re- 
ports the incidents to the meet referee. 
RULING: No infraction in (a) or (b). 4-5-9 
Comment: Although several complaints 
have emerged about "beeping" watches, 
the rules do not prohibit a watch whose 
beep may be both distracting to other 
runners and/or also serve as a pacing aid. 
SITUATION #2: Members of relay team 
A report to the clerk wearing identical 
school issued uniforms with (a) 1-1/2" x 
1-1/2" manufacturer's logo on each item 
of uniform apparel, except the jersey 
which (b) had an American flag on the 
upper left chest and measured 2" x 3". 
RULING: Legal in both (a) and (b). 4-3-1 
Comment: Manufacturer's logo's shall not 
exceed 2" x 2", (1-1/2" x 1-1/2" begin-ning 
with the 1997 spring season). Also, the 
rules now permit the wearing of the 
American Flag on the uniform, which shall 
not exceed 2" x 3". 



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Probably more so than any of the previous eight national 
conferences, this year's meeting in Washington, D.C. is a 
great opportunity to combine a professional development 
experience with a family vacation. No city in America offers 
more sight-seeing opportunities than our nation's capital. 

And the conference will be held at one of Washington's 
most historic hotels, the Omni Shoreham. Located in Rock 
Creek Park in the heart of Washington, D.C, the Shoreham 
is just minutes from the Smithsonian, the Capitol and other 
landmarks. Since its opening in 1930, the Shoreham has been 
dedicated to the social customs and politics of the nation's 
capital. All inaugural balls of presidents from Franklin 
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And the National Federation has obtained an outstanding 
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The "Old Town Trolley Tours of Washington" departs every 
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is over by then, a trip to Baltimore is being planned. 

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is one of the new, modern 
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Previous Speakers Learn From the Experts 

The list of speakers from the previous eight conferences 
reads like a who's who in the coaching and officiating 
professions. 

Former football coaches who have spoken at this conference 
include Pittsburgh's Johnny Majors, Rice's Ken Hatfield, 
Brigham Young's LaVell Edwards, Colorado's Bill McCart- 
ney, Louisville's Howard Schnellenberger and high school 
coaches Bob Shannon of East St. Louis High School and Pete 
Adkins of Jefferson City (Missouri) High School. 

Here are just a few of the country's top basketball coaches 
who have given of their time to speak at this conference;' 
Missouri's Norm Stewart, St. Louis' Charlie Spoonhour, Ohio 
State's Randy Ayers, former Southern California coach George 
Raveling, Connecticut's Jim Calhoun, Indiana's Bob Knight, 
former Kansas and UCLA coach Larry Brown, former UCLA 
legendary coach John Wooden, and high school standout Bob 
Hurley of St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Other individuals who have been a part of past conferences 
include President Bill Clinton when he was governor of Arkan- 
sas, Kansas City Royals legend George Brett, high school and 
college basketball official Ed Hightower, two-time Heisman 
Trophy winner Archie Griffin, National Football League official 
Tiie Bit'll and Leia Andu-u's jgrry Soeman and former Miss America Dr. Debbye Turner. 

Conference Program 

This year's program will feature a balance between general 
sessions and the "Xs and Os" workshops, as well as a 
balance between speakers from the college and professional 
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During the workshop sessions, coaches and officials will 
be able to choose the sport and topic of their choice. Officiating 
and coaching sessions will be offered in the sports of baseball, 
basketball, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, track, 
volleyball, wrestling, tennis and cheerleading/spirit, and for 
the first time, lacrosse. Time is allowed during every workshop 
for attendees to ask questions and "pick the brain" of the 
experts. 

The conference luncheon will feature the awarding of rings 
to the national coaches of the year and top officials in 10 
sports. MetLife is paying expenses of the award recipients. 

The annual banquet, complete with entertainment, 50/50 
raffle and door-prize drawings, will be held during the final 
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NATIONAL 

EXAM TEST 

DATES 

The following schedule of testing has 
been set by the National Federation for 
its Part II tests for the 1995-96 school 
year: 

Volleyball Aug. 21,1995 

Football Sept. 11,1995 

Basketball Dec. 4, 1995 

Wrestling Dec. 4, 1995 

Baseball March 19, 1995 

NEXT 

KHSAA BOARD 

MEETINGS 

The next scheduled Board of Con- 
trol meeting will be held May 11 -1 2 at the 
KHSAA Offices in Lexington. It will be the 
last scheduled meeting of the 1994-95 
school year. The new Board of Control 
will kick off its schedule in July at Lake 
Barkley. 

The Board of Control's Hall of Fame 
Committee, which was scheduled to meet 
in April, will hold its annual meeting to 
select the 1 996 class of inductees on May 
11. 



(RULES, From Page 19) 

SITUATION #3: Three competitors have 
cleared 6' in the high jump competition. 
All missed three attempts at 6'1", and all 
three had one miss at 6'. Also, all jump- 
ers have the same number of unsuccess- 
ful trials throughout the competition. A1 
has 10 total attempts, B1 has 12 total at- 
tempts and CI has 1 1 total attempts. How 
do the competitor's finish? RULING: 
Competitor A1 is awarded first, C1 is sec- 
ond and B1 third. 2-2-211; 7-3-17; 7-4-27 
Comment: The first step to break a tie is 
to award the competitor with the fewest 
number of trials for the height at which 
the tie occurs, i.e., the last height suc- 
cessfully cleared. The second step, if the 
tie remains, awards the place to the com- 
petitor with the fewest total number of 
unsuccessful trials throughout the com- 
petition. The third criteria was added to 
the tie breaking procedure in the high 
jump and pole vault for 1995, the com- 
petitor with the "least number of attempts 
throughout the competition, shall be 
awarded the higher place." 
SITUATION #4: After setting the pole 



COACHES CERTIFICATION 

KHSAA Bylaw 27 - Beginning with the 1996-97 school year all Level I 
coaches hired for the first time in a district, and all Level II and III coaches, 
shall have completed an approved coaching education program prior to 
such hiring. Such course shall include a nine-hour course of study to 
include the National Federation Interscholastic Coaching Education Pro- 
gram (NFICEP), KHSAA rules information and local district policies. All 
course requirements for certification in the coaching education program, 
including completion of the exam to be graded and registered with the 
Amercian Coaching Effectiveness Program, shall be completed within 
one year or prior to the next competitive season. All member schools of 
the KHSAA shall pay the necessary expenses for all Level I and II 
coaches to attend the education program. 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Directors' Association has set in 
motion this plan and initiated the training process. The following are 
clinic dates for the Kentucky Coaches Education Program: 

May 13, 1995 

Augusts, 1995 

November 11, 1995 

January 13, 1996 

February 22-23, 1996* 

April 13, 1996 

May 18, 1996 

* During the Kellogg Football Coaches Clinic in Louisville 

Contact Stan Steidel of Dayton High School, president of the KHSADA, for 
more information. 



vault standards in preparation of his first 
trial, A1 takes his place on the runway. 
At the same time, the event judge starts 
his stopwatch to monitor the two minute 
time limit for A1 to initiate his attempt at 
13'. A1 starts his approach for the first 
trial, but stops mid-way down the runway 
and returns to his starting position. On 
the second approach, A1 stops again and 
returns to the start position once more. 
Now A1 realizes he cannot initiate a trial 
in the time remaining and calls "PASS." 
The event judge informs A1 that his first 
trial will be recorded as a miss and he 
now only has two remaining. A1 then 
misses his next two attempts at 13'. The 
coach of A1 appeals the decision of the 
event judge, citing that when A1 called 
"PASS," and therefore that trial should 
have been carried over to the subsequent 
height. RULING: Appeal denied. 7-4-1 1 ; 
Comment: Competitors in the jumping 
events have abused the established time 
limits. Competitors have used the pass 
as a means to circumvent the time limit 
to initiate a trial. Therefore, competitors 
in the jumping events must declare their 
intent to pass when they are called by 



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the event judge for a trial, or prior to the 
start of the clock to measure the allowed 
1 -1 /2 or 2 minutes to complete the jump. 
Certainly, if the event judge determines 
that interference occurs to the competi- 
tor, i.e., someone blocking the runway, 
or someone crossing in front of the com- 
petitor, or conditions cause delay (such 
as a crossbar blowing off the standards), 
the competitor could receive a new start 
on the time limit. But these factors don't 
include hesitation or delay by the com- 
petitor without any other interference fac- 
tors. 

SITUATION #5: The coach of Team A is 
video-taping Al's trials in the high jump. 
Between trials, A2 leaves the area to view 
a replay of the videotape as the coach 
points out errors in technique. 
RULING: A1 shall be disqualified. (4-5- 
9e) 

Comment: While it is permissible for a 
coach to "confer" with a contestant be- 
tween events or trials, pictures, or video- 
tapes are considered an illegal aid when 
utilized for coaching purposes prior to the 
completion of competition. 



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MARCH-APRIL 1995 



OPEN DATES 



FOOTBALL 



Apollo 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Willis McClure 
(502)685-3121 

Ashland 

Sept. 15, 1995 

Sept 13, 1996 

Sept. 27, 1996 
Contact Jerry Umberger 
(606) 327-2790 

Bardstown 

Oct, 27, 1995 
Contact Coach Joey Downs 
(502)348-1694 

Beechwood 

Oct, 6, 1995 (Away) 

Oct. 5, 1996 
Contact Bob Burnett 
(606)331-1220 

Boone County 

Sept. 15, 1995 
Contact Coacti Owen Hauck 
(606) 283-2795 

Boyd County 

Sept, 29, 1995 
Contact Coach Larry Bryant 
(606)928-1312 

Brentwood Academy (TN) 

Aug. 25, 1995 
(615)373-0611 

Butler 

Sept. 1, 1995 
Contact Butch Blakely 
(502) 473-8506 

Central Hardin 

Sept. 29, 1995 
Contact Kenny Lane, A.D. 
(502) 737-6800 

Cincinnati St. Xavier (1,400) 

Sept. 6, 1996 
Contact Steve Rasso 
(513)761-7600 

Cincinnati Western Hills (2,000) 

Sept. 8, 1995 
Contact Bruce Ellis 
(513)244-8775 

Christian County 

Sept. 22, 1995 
Contact Dan Goble 
(502)887-1100 

Clarksville (TN) (5A) 

Sept. 15, 1995 
Contact William Workman 
(615)648-5690 

Corbin 

Sept. 2, 1995 
Sept. 22, 1995 

Contact Curt Hart 

(606) 528-3902 

(606) 528-2531 



Cumberland 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Randy Frazier 
(606) 589-4625 

Davidson Academy (TN) (1A) 

Oct. 20, 1995 
Randy Locke 
(615)860-5319 

Dayton 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357 

Fleming-Neon 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact David Jones 
(606) 855-7597 

Garrard County 

Sept 1, 1995 
Sept. 15, 1995 

Contact Ken Hurt, AD. 

(606)792-2146 

Grayson County 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Coach Bill Embry 
(502) 259-4078 

Harrodsburg 

Sept. 22, 1995 
Contact Coach Alvis Johnson 
(606) 734-8420 

Hazard 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Wade Lindon 
(606) 439-6763 

Henry County (TN) (5A) 
Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact Scott Samsel 
(901)642-5232 

Hopkinsville 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Craig Clayton 
(502)887-1200 

Ironton (Ohio) 

Enrollment 270 

Oct. 27, 1995 
Contact li/like Burcham, AD. 
(614)532-5235 

Knott Co. Central 

Sept 29, 1995(H) 
Contact Jay Cobb 
(606) 785-0733 

Lafayette 

Oct. 20, 1995 
Contact Coach Terry Clark 
(606)281-0300 

Lawrence County 

Oct 13, 1995 
Contact Kenneth Sammons 
(606) 638-9676 

Lincoln County 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Coach Marty Jaggers 
(606)365-9112 



Lynn Camp 

Oct. 5/6, 1995 
Contact Coach David Mitchell 
(606) 528-5429 or 523-0105 

Madison Southern 

Sept. 15, 1995 
Contact Coach Mike Elkin 
(606) 986-8425 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 

Aug. 25, 1995(H) 
Contact Gayle Travis 
(502)825-6017 

Male 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact Jay Levine, AD, 
(502) 473-8972 

Marshall County 

Sept. 22, 1995(A) 
Contact Doc Sanders, AD. 
(502)527-1453 

New Miami (OH) 

Sept. 15, 1995 
Contact Ben Hubbard 
(513)863-4917 

Princeton (IN) (3A) 
N. Evansville 

Oct. 13. 1995 
Contact Pat Malone 
(812)385-2591 

Providence (IN) (2A) 

Sept. 1, 1995 
Sept, 29, 1995 

Contact Don Zipp 

(812)945-2538 

Russell County 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact Rodney Johnson 
(502) 866-5929 

Ryle 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Chartes Holland, AD. 
(606) 384-4837 

Sheldon Clark 

Aug, 25, 1995 
Sept. 1, 1995 
Sept 22, 1995 

Contact Robin Harmon 

(606) 298-3591 or -3907 

Smyrna (TN) 

Sept. 29, 1995 
Contact Coach Philip Shadowens 
(615)459-6872 

Tolsia (WV) 

Sept. 15, 1995 

Oct. 20, 1995 
Contact Terry Porter 
(304) 648-5566 or 648-701 5 

West Carter 

Sept. 8, 1995 
Contact Coach Terry Osborne 
(606) 286-2481 



Wheelersburg (WV) (614 Enr.) 
Sept. 1, 1995 
Sept 8, 1995 

Contact Mike Schomburg 

(614)574-2527 

Whites burg 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Ozz Jackson 
(606) 633-5628 

Whitley County 

Sept. 8, 1995 
Contact Mike Campbell 
(606) 549-7025 

Williamsburg 

Aug. 25. 1995 
Sept 8, 1995 

Contact Robert Rose 

(606) 549-6046 



VACANCIES 



Head Football Coach Needed 

Barren County High School 
Contact Bobby Steenbergen 
(502)651-6552 
Deadline April 28 

Head Football Coach Needed 

Fleming-Neon High School 
Contact Letcher Co. Board of Ed. 
(606) 633-4455 or the school 
(606) 855-7597 

Head Football Coach Needed 

Union County High School 
Contact Keith Omer. Personnel 
(502)389-1694 



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Highlands 

Dec 5, 12, 15, 1995 
Contact John Messmer 
(606)781-3333 

Attention 

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publish just one more Issue for 
the 1994-95 school year prior 
to its Year End Results Issue 
this summer. Any more Open 
Dates must be submitted by 
April 28 for inclusion in the 
May-June issue. 

Schedules 

Football and basketball 
schedules are to be sent to the 
KHSAA office for inclusion in 
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President 

Frank Cardwell 
Franklin-Simpson H S 

Vice-President 

Arthur "Ozz" Jackson 
Whitesburg H S 



Directors 



William "Bill" Beasley 
Paducah 



Tom Bryant 
Danville 



Ken Cox 
Tates Creek H S 



Tasso Harris 
Valley H S 



Cookie Henson 
Clay County H.S, 



Claudia Hicks 
Rowan County H.S. 



Kathy Hopper 
Waggener H S 



Teresa Isaac 
Lexington 



Bob Rogers 
Caldwell County Schools 



Stan Steidel 
Dayton H S 



Grant Talbott 
Owensboro H S. 



Wendell Thomas 
Louisville 



Darrell Treece 
Henry County H.S. 



Frank Welch 
Belfry H S 



Staff 



Commissioner 


Louis Stout 


Assistant Commissioners 


Directors 


Brigid DeVries 


Julian Tackett 


Larry Boucher 


Brooks Downing 


Office Manager 


Fund Raising 


Anne Wesley Mays 


Ken Tippett 


Secretaries 


Physical Plant 


Patti Pruitt 


John Ginn 


Mary Darnell 






Receptionist 




Angela Faulkner 



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Basketball Committee 

Committee to review 9th 
Region for possible realign- 
ment with 8th and 10th 
Regions 

Softball Alignments 

Tentative softball alignments 
for fast pitch and slow pitch. 



New Roundball Rules 

Two foul shots on the 10th 
team foul among '95-96 rule 
changes. 



OnTheCover 



Harrison County's Kevin Case attempts 
his championship pole vault during the 1 994 
State Track & Field Meet. Case won the 
Class AA title with a vault of 12 feet, six 
inches. He earned the Thorobreds to a fifth 
place finish with 38 points. 

Photo by David Coyle. 



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Coaches Medical 
Symposium Schedule 

Once again, the Kentucky Medical Association will con- 
duct the annual Medical Symposia to allow coaches to comply 
with Bylaw 27. 

Pointers for this year... If you cannot stay the whole day, 
don't go to the meeting. You must be present at the beginning 
and at the end of the meeting to receive credit. 

Bylaw 27 states that ALL head coaches in all sports attend 
a medical symposium once every two years. If you did not at- 
tend in 1994, you must attend this year. Fees for the seminars 
are usually $20 in advance, $30 at the door. Several charge an 
additional $5 if lunch is provided The requirements have been 
revised - six hours of instruction is now required instead of 
seven. Note - a cancelled check WILL NOT be used to prove 
attendance! 

The following are the dates for the remaining symposiums: 

May 25 - BioKinetics, Paducah. Contact Dondii Cummings 
(502) 443-0378. 

June 3 - University of Louisville. Contact Lynette McGinnis 
(502) 852-5329. 

June 9 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville. Contact Dr. Bowles or 
Dr. Roe (502) 825-7435. 

June 10 - Jewish Hospital, Shelbyville. Contact Linda 
Shelburn (502) 647-4000 or (502) 589-0213. 

June 17 - Jenny Wiley State Park, Prestonsburg. Contact 
Jay Eckleberry (606) 323-5535 ext. 246. 

June 17 - Kings Daughters Medical Center, Ashland 
Contact Paul Castle (606) 327-4649 or Paula Ferreby (606) 
329-0204. 

June 24 - Kentucky Clinic, 740 South Limestone, Lexington 
Contact Jay Eckleberry (606) 323-5535 ext. 246. 

July 8 - Union College Student Center, Barbourville. 
Contact John McMullen (606) 255-6841 ext 5029. 

July 14 - Western Kentucky University, Downing University 
Center, Bowling Green. Contact Jackie Walker (502) 782-7800. 

July 22 - Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights. 
Contact Bob Bove, (606) 572-5118. 

June 24 - CHEERLEADING COACHES ONLY, French 
Quarter Suites, Lexington. Only for those cheerleading coaches 
registered for KAPOS summer meeting. Contact Lee Ann Clark, 
(606) 268-0268. 

Makeup 

Coaches hired for the first time in a school following the 
last day of the school year may attend a makeup symposium. 
Other coaches (not newly hired) may be worked into the program 
as space permits, but will pay a $50 late fine in addition to the 
registration fee. 

October 7 - Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. 
Contact Lee Ann Clark (606) 268-0268. 

October 7 - Brown Hotel, 4th & Broadway, Louisville. 
Contact Sheila Bolus (502) 629-8675. 



ATTENTION A.D.s - COACHES! 

Don't forget to submit football and 

basketball schedules to the KHSAA by 

May 12. Open dates will be compiled by the 

KHSAA and distributed upon request. 



Fine Schedule 
Adopted For '95-96 

Bylaw Change Effective June 1 

After nearly a year of study, the Board of Control has insti- 
tuted a schedule of fines in accordance with the findings of the 
Task Force on Interscholastic Athletics. As a result, and in ac- 
cordance with the change in Bylaw 30, the KHSAA Commis- 
sioner may assess a monetary fine against an individual or 
member school for the following offenses: 

A maximum of $25 for 

a - Failure to notify game officials of change in game site or 

time. 

A maximum of $50 for 

a - Late school information sheet (Form 5) or other required 

documents to association. 

b - Failure to attend the required KHSAA rules clinic for coaches 

and/or officials. Payment of this fine entitles attendance at 

makeup clinic but does not prevent further penalties already 

preschbed for failure to attend clinic from being imposed. 

c - Unsanctioned contest against out of state schools. 

d - Late membership dues payment. 

e - Late reporting of participation list for catastrophic insurance 

verification. 

A maximum of $100 for 

a - Filming or videotaping of a contest by nonparticipating 
schools without approval of competing teams and/or tourna- 
ment manager. 

b - Failure to properly certify athletes with respect to age. 
c - Removal of team from field or court prior to completion of 
game. 

d - Failure to provide proper game administration personnel at 
contest site. 

e - Coaches criticizing specific contest officials to media. 
f - Use of nonregistered officials. 

g - Late tournament information from schools including team 
pictures. 

h - Late submission of tournament manager financial report 
and/or tournament proceeds. 

A maximum of $200 for 

a - Illegal practice. 

b - Violation of sports season. 

A maximum of $300 for 

a - Arrangement for a makeup rules clinic following the last 

scheduled makeup clinic. 

b - Use of an ineligible player when the facts were present to 

prevent such usage. 

c - Use of athlete without proper physical examination. 

d - Ejection of player for fight/unsportsmanlike conduct in games 

when athlete's eligibility in that sport has been exhausted. 

A maximum of $500 for 

a - Team leaving bench and coming into playing area during 

altercation/fight. 

b - Team involved in fight before or after contest (from time of 

arrival to time of departure.) 



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Official's Fees Reduced For Students 



BOARD MINUTES 



January 19, 1995 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the KHSAA Office in Lexington on Thurs- 
day, Jan. 19, 1995. President Frank Cardwell called the meet- 
ing to order at 8:30 p.m. Present were all Board members 
except Bill Beasley, Tom Bryant and Wendell Thomas. Also 
present were Commissioner Louis Stout, Executive Assistant 
Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner Larry Boucher, Busi- 
ness IVlanager Julian Tackett, S.I.D. Brooks Downing, attorney 
Danny Reeves and Ernie Tacogue, representing the State Dept. 
of Education. The Invocation was given by Stan Steidel. Mr. 
Stout reported that Mr. Bryant was absent due to illness 

Frank Welch made a motion that the minutes of the Dec. 
2-3, 1994, meeting be approved. Ozz Jackson seconded the 
motion, which passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made a motion that the minutes of the West 
Eligibility Committee Meeting of Dec. 1, 1994 be approved. 
Tasso Harris seconded the motion, which passed unanimously. 

Frank Welch made a motion, seconded by Tasso Harhs, 
that the bills of the Association for the period Nov. 1 through 
Dec. 31,1 994, be approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

The 1994-95 Budget Report was then presented for dis- 
cussion. Commissioner Stout pointed out that all fall sports 
tournament receipts exceeded those of 1993. These sports 
included Cross Country, Football, Volleyball and Soccer. Fol- 
lowing questions and comments. Ken Cox made a motion, sec- 
onded by Teresa Isaac to accept the Budget Report. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

President Cardwell then explained the procedure for the 
Delegate Assembly Meeting and how the proposals would be 
presented. Bob Rogers requested that the Staff check the dates 
for the high schools' assessment period in 1 996 to be sure the 
Annual Meeting did not conflict with this schedule. It was also 
requested that Mr. Tacogue check with the State Department 
of Education to see if attendance at the seminars to be con- 
ducted at the Annual Meeting on Feb. 9 could be counted to- 
ward leadership hours. 

A discussion of the proposals to be submitted to the State 
Department by the Board of Control pursuant to 702 KAR 7.065 
ensued. Following a discussion of Bylaw 5, Sec. 1(a), Tasso 
Harris made a motion that "...must be passing in 66% of sub- 
jects in grade 8 to be eligible in grade nine" be added to the 
bylaw. Teresa Isaac seconded the motion which failed by a 
vote of four in favor and nine opposed. Bob Rogers then made 
a motion, seconded by Cookie Henson, that Bylaw 5, Sec. 1 
and Sec. 2, be amended as presented. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Cardwell advised the Board that further discussion of 
the proposals would be held until after all other Agenda items 
were complete. 

The next items on the Agenda were the heahng of appeals. 
Prior to each appeal, Mr. Cardwell explained to the appellant 
the procedure for presentation. Each party was allowed to 
present his/her case and distribute to the Board any additional 
information relative to the case. After each presentation, the 
Board went into Executive Session. Following return to Open 
Session a motion was made to either grant or deny the appeal. 
A roll call vote was taken by the Secretary. The appellants 
were advised of the decision of the Board and Mr. Cardwell 
explained the Due Process Procedure in the event the appeal 
was denied. It was determined that nine (9) affirmative votes 
were needed to pass a motion or grant eligibility. 



Following is the disposition of each appeal: 

1) Jason Dale - Lexington Catholic HS - Bylaw 6 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant appeal. Tasso Harris 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 
Teresa Isaac left the meeting. 

2) Lena Sewell - Barren County High School - Bylaw 6 

Grant Talbott made a motion to grant appeal. Ken Cox 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr Cardwell removed himself from the proceedings and 
did not take part in the discussion or vote on the next appeal. 

3) Eric Yorgason - Franklin-Simpson High School - Bylaw 6 

Bob Rogers made a motion to grant appeal. Tasso Harris 
seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 9-2. 
Mr. Cardwell returned to the meeting. 

4) Sean Curtis - Christian Academy of Louisville - Bylaw 6 

Ozz Jackson made a motion to grant appeal. Ken Cox 
seconded the motion which failed by a vote of 7-5. 

President Cardwell called for a lunch break. Stan Steidel 
left the meeting. 

5) Robert Hayes - Christian Academy of Louisville - Bylaw 6 
Ozz Jackson made a motion, seconded by Cookie Henson, 

to grant the appeal. The motion failed by a vote of 3-9. 
Stan Steidel returned to the meeting. 

6) Jeremy Johnston, Muhlenberg South High School - Bylaw 6 

Grant Talbott made a motion to grant the appeal. Ozz 
Jackson seconded the motion which passed 10-2, 1 absten- 
tion. 

Ken Cox left the meeting. 

7) Gary Shackleford - James A. Cawood High School - Bylaw 4 

Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Darrell Treece, 
to grant appeal. The motion passed unanimously 

8) Michael Jett - Larry A. Ryle High School - Bylaw 6 

Stan Steidel made a motion to grant the appeal. Grant 
Talbott seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

9) Barry Rutherford - Allen County-Scottsville HS - Bylaw 6 

Ozz Jackson made a motion to grant the appeal. Tasso 
Harris seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 11-1 . 

10) Jason Sharp - Owen County High School- Bylaw 4 
Darrell Treece made a motion to table the appeal Tasso 

Harris seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

11) Stewart Cooley - Northern Middle School (Pulaski Co.) - 
Bylaw 4. Did not appear at the hearing. 

Stan Steidel left the meeting. 

12) Michael Burchfield - Ballard High School - Bylaw 6 
Claudia Hicks made a motion, seconded by Grant Talbott, 

to grant appeal. The motion passed 10-1. 

13) Heather Nance - Franklin County High School - Bylaw 6 
Frank Welch made a motion to grant the appeal. Ozz Jack- 
son seconded the motion which passed 10-1. 

14) Michael Blevins - Raceland High School - Bylaw 6 
Frank Welch made a motion to grant the appeal. Claudia 

Hicks seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

15) Stephanie Edwards - Montgomery County High School- 
Bylaw 6 

Ozz Jackson made a motion to table the appeal. Claudia 
Hicks seconded the motion which passed 10-1 . 

President Cardwell called for a recess until Friday, Jan. 
20, 1995, at 8:30 a.m. 

January 20, 1995 

Vice President Ozz Jackson called the meeting to order at 
8:30 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, 1995, with the following persons 
present: all Board members with the exception of President 
Frank Cardwell, Bill Beasley, Tom Bryant, Teresa Isaac and 
Wendell Thomas; Commissioner Louis Stout, Executive As- 



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sistant Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner Larry Boucher, 
Business Manager Julian Tackett, SID. Brooks Downing, 
Board attorney Danny Reeves and Randy Kimbrough, repre- 
senting the State Dept. of Education. 

Grant Talbott, Chairman of the All-Sports Committee, was 
called for his report and made the following recommendations: 

1) The officials registration fees for full-time college stu- 
dents be reduced to $1 5.00/first sport and $1 0.00/second sport. 
Fees for officials serving the Association for 25 years will be 
waived. Both items are to take effect beginning with the 1995- 
96 registration period. Bob Rogers seconded, motion passed. 

2) Table a recommendation for softball and volleyball align- 
ments. 

3) Increase the number of players on the Volleyball All- 
Tournament Team from 12 to 15. Tasso Harris seconded, 
motion passed. 

4) Consider the sites in Richmond of the Artington Country 
Club for the Girls' State Golf Tournament and the Gibson Bay 
Golf Course for the Boys' State Golf Tournament for 1 995. A 
rotation of state tournament sites is being considered Tasso 
Harris seconded, motion passed 

Mr. Harris expressed his concern that after being ruled eli- 
gible by the Board, athletes could participate immediately He 
therefore made a motion, seconded by Cookie Henson, that 
the Board require five practices in all sports except football, 
which requires 10 practices, before participation after being 
ruled eligible. The motion failed 6-5. 

Ken Cox, Chairman of the Basketball Committee then gave 
the following report and asked that it be approved 

1) Due to the fact there are presently 25 teams in Region 
9, the committee is asked to consider a realignment. He asked 
Mr. Boucher and Mr. Stout to ascertain further information re- 
garding regions 8, 9 and 10. 

2) Requested that the Board approve either a wide seam 
or narrow seam ball prior to the 1996 District Tournament. 

3) Reported that the Committee tabled a request for con- 
sideration of three-man officials due to a lack of officials in some 
areas. 

4) Committee will draft a letter to schools asking that they 
consider five double-headers with boys and girls playing on 
prime time nights. 

5) Committee discussed tournament rotation with no rec- 
ommendation. 

6) Committee was asked to study summer camps/activi- 
ties. 

Ken Cox made a motion that their report be approved. 
Grant Talbot seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

The Board of Control then made recommendations that 
officials be assigned for the Boys' and Girls' District and Re- 
gional Basketball Tournaments in the following manner as re- 
quested from input by the Board members represented schools: 



Reg. 


Dist Off 


ReqOff 


Region # 


Dist Off 


ReaOff 


1 


In 


Out 


10 


In 


In 


2 


\ln 


Out 


11 


In 


Out 


3 


In 


Out 


12 


In 


Out 


4 


In 


Out 


13(B) 


In 


Out 


5 


In 


Out 


13(G) 


Out 


Out 


6 


In 


In 


14(B) 


Out 


Out 


7 


In 


In 


14(G) 


Out 


Out 


8 


In 


Out 


15 


Out 


Out 


9 


In 


In 


16 


In 


Out 



included furnishing basketball, soccer and volleyballs for the 
Region and State Tournaments and a financial remuneration 
of $26,000.00 per year for five years. Also included in its pro- 
posal was the awarding of Gold Award Balls for MVP and team 
champions. The terms of the Wilson Company included fur- 
nishing football, baseball and softballs and a remuneration of 
$6,000.00 per year for five years. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

The following reports were presented for the Board's infor- 
mation only: 

1) Mr. Stout advised the Board of the eligibility rulings for 
the period Oct. 1 1 - Dec. 31 , 1 994. 

2) Mr. Stout and Ms. DeVries gave an update of the All- 
Star Jam which will take place during the Boys' Basketball Tour- 
nament Board members questioned activities going on dur- 
ing the games and whether proceeds would be coming to the 
KHSAA. Mr. Stout also announced that a company was work- 
ing with the Sweet Sixteen Committee on displaying an Olym- 
pic exhibit. 

3) Mr. Stout went over the time schedule for the Annual 
Meeting. Ms. Mays reported that as of 1/19/95, 93 Delegates 
had notified the KHSAA they would be in attendance Ms. 
Kimbrough advised the Board that the schedule was being 
devised for the 1996 assessment period and she will notify 
staff of dates. 

Commissioner Stout announced the regional basketball 
tournament sites: 



REGION 


BOYS 


GIRLS 


1 


Murray State U. 


Murray State U. 


2 


Hopkinsville 


West Hopkins 


3 


Butler County 


Ohio County 


4 


Western KyU. 


Allen Co-Scottsville 


5 


Green County 


Hart County 


6 


Valley 


Valley 


7 


Ballard 


Ballard 


8 


Henry County 


Oldham County 


9 


Holmes 


Ryle 


10 


Mason County 


Bourbon County 


11 


Frankfort Civic Center 


Frankfort 


12 


Danville 


Pulaski SW 


13 


Middlesboro 


Clay County 


14 


Breathitt County 


Hazard 


15 


Sheldon Clark 


Shelby Valley 


16 


Morehead State/Russell 


Boyd County 



Mr. Jackson then called on Ken Tippett for Corporate Spon- 
sor proposals regarding game balls. Following his presenta- 
tion, Frank Welch made a motion, seconded by Bob Rogers, 
that the proposals submitted by Molten Company and Wilson 
Company be accepted. Terms of the agreement from Molten 



Principal Guy Strong was then called on for his presenta- 
tion. He requested to appear before the Board to express con- 
cerns in several areas — procedures for changes to the Consti- 
tution and Bylaws; 4A football alignment and official assign- 
ments. Following his presentation and comments by the Board 
members. Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by Stan 
Steidel, that the Board go into Executive Session to discuss 
personnel matters. The motion passed. 

The Board then returned to Open Session and, after tak- 
ing no action, continued a discussion of proposals to be sub- 
mitted to the Delegate Assembly. Bob Rogers made a motion, 
seconded by Tasso Harris, that the following proposals be sub- 
mitted for consideration by the Delegate Assembly: 1) Princi- 
pal George Frakes, Highlands HS, change to Bylaw 8, Contes- 
tant on Other Teams, Post Season and All-Star Games; 2) 
Coach Steve Frommeyer, Eminence HS, change to Bylaw 25, 
Limitation of Seasons, 4. Football; 3) Principal Janice Fish, 
Atherton HS, change to Bylaw 25, Limitation of Seasons, 1 1 . 
Volleyball; 4) Ath. Dir. Stan Steidel, Dayton HS, amendment to 
Article VIII, Contests, Sec. 1 & Sec. 2; 5) Principal Joe Burks, 

(See, JANUARY BOARD, Page 14) 



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Frankfort Chosen As State Wrestling Site 



BOARD MINUTES 



March 24, 1995 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Holiday Inn Capital Plaza in Frankfort 
on Friday, March 24, 1 995 The meeting was called to order at 
8:30 a.m. by President Frank Cardwell with all Board members 
present except Bill Beasley and Wendell Thomas. Also present 
were Commissioner Louis Stout, Exec. Asst. Comm. Brigid 
DeVries, Asst. Comm. Larry Boucher, Bus. Mgr. Julian Tackett, 
Ken Tippett, Adm. Secretary Anne W. Mays, Board Attorney 
Danny Reeves and Randy Kimbrough was present from the 
State Department of Education. 

Frank Welch made a motion to approve the Minutes of the 
Jan. 19-20, 1995 Board meeting. Ozz Jackson seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made a motion to approve the Minutes of the 
Teleconferenceheldon Jan. 31, 1995. Grant Talbott seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Claudia Hicks moved to approve the East Eligibility Com- 
mittee Meeting held on March 8, 1 995. Teresa Isaac seconded 
the motion passed unanimously. 

The March 16, 1995, minutes of the Appeals Hearings were 
not available for consideration. 

Ozz Jackson made a motion to approve the bills of the 
Association for the period beginning Jan. 1 and ending Feb 
28, 1995. Frank Welch seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. A discussion ensued regarding the 1994-95 
Working Budget as of Feb. 28, 1995. Following comments 
and a report on anticipated boys' basketball tournament re- 
ceipts, Teresa Isaac made a motion to accept the Budget Re- 
port. Tom Bryant seconded the motion which passed. 

Commissioner Stout presented a recommendation to the 
Board that Frankfort be the site of the 1996 State Wrestling 
Tournament. He sited several advantages to moving the tour- 
nament from Louisville to the Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center. 
Stan Steidel made a motion to accept the recommendation of 
the Commissioner. Tom Bryant seconded the motion which 
passed 13-1. 

President Cardwell then called on Mr. Tackett for the next 
item on the Agenda concerning bid solicitation for 1997-2000 
Girts' State Basketball Tournament sites and Association in- 
surance, i.e. liability, catastrophic and secondary medical. Stan 
Steidel made a motion to grant authorization to KHSAA staff to 
solicit bids and submit to the Board for review at the May Board 
meeting. Kathy Hopper seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Boucher presented the proposed 1 995-96 Soccer align- 
ment for the Board's comments and approval. Following ques- 
tions and comments and some concerns expressed by the 
Board, Claudia Hicks made a motion that the Board accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation as submitted. Cookie 
Henson seconded the motion which passed 11-3. 

Commissioner Stout discussed a proposal he received from 
Christian County High School which would allow schools to 
play slow pitch softball in the fall and fast pitch softball in the 
spring. It was his recommendation that this proposal be tabled 
until after the current season in order that an assessment could 
be made. Teresa Isaac moved to accept the Commissioner's 
recommendation. Tasso Harris seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously 

The Board then discussed three proposals to Bylaw 27, 
Requirements for Coaches, submitted by Principal Perry 
Sangalliof St. XavierHigh School. One of the main objections 



to Proposal II was the deletion of 64 hrs. of college credit. Fol- 
lowing a lengthy discussion, Stan Steidel then made a motion 
that the Board adopt Proposal I but ask the Coaches Certifica- 
tion Committee to meet with Commissioner Stout and Randy 
Kimbrough to consider how to implement for approval to the 
State Board of Education. Tasso Harris seconded the motion. 
Following further discussion and questions, Mr. Steidel and Mr. 
Harns withdrew their motion and second. Mr. Steidel then made 
a motion that the Commissioner's Office send a letter along 
with a copy of Proposal I to schools for their input before the 
Board's adoption of Proposal I. Teresa Isaac seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Tasso Harris then inquired about the participation at the 
Fan Jam during the Boys' Basketball Tournament. Reports 
indicated good comments and nearty 750 tickets sold, and that 
presently, the contract was for one year only. 

Reba Woodall and Frank Miklavcic, members of the Ken- 
tucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association, then 
appeared before the Board with two proposals: 1) recognize 
Indoor Track & Field as a KHSAA sanctioned sport; 2) move 
date of Regional Track Meet to May 27 to avoid a two-week 
period between the Regional and State Meets. Following dis- 
cussion, Claudia Hicks made a motion that the '95 season re- 
main unchanged and accept the Commissioner's recommen- 
dation to submit the proposals to the State Track & Field Com- 
mittee for 1996 recommendation. Kathy Hopper seconded the 
motion which passed by a vote of 12-2. 

No action was taken on changing the starting date of the 
Football season for 1995. 

Commissioner Stout announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. 
Female Representation Sections 5-8: 

Kathy Johnston, Bourbon County High School - 40 votes 

Sharon Garland, South Laurel High School - 26 votes 

Lucy Moore, Rowan County Schools - 21 votes 

Maria Kelsch, Monticello High School - 13 votes 
Regions 9 & 10: 

Stan Steidel, Dayton High School - 32 votes (Uncontested) 
Regions 3 & 4: 

Frank Cardwell, Franklin Simpson High School - 24 votes 
(Uncontested) 

Miscellaneous items discussed were: 1 ) Ky . Dept. of Edu- 
cation enrollment report; 2) earlier delivery of the basketball 
tournament balls to the regional sites to allow more practice 
time; 3) publish summary of the Board actions in the 
Commissioner's Notes; 4) earlier starting seasons for soccer 
and volleyball; 5) addition of item to Bylaw 6, Transfer Rule. 
No action was taken on the above items. 

Tasso Harris made a motion that the Hall of Fame Com- 
mittee Meeting scheduled for April 21 be moved to May 10 to 
coincide with the next regular meeting of the Board which is 
scheduled for May 11-12. Stan Steidel seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Teresa Isaac then moved for Executive Session to dis- 
cuss legal matters. Bob Rogers seconded the motion which 
passed. Stan Steidel made a motion, seconded by Tasso Har- 
ris, to return to Open Session. No action was taken in Execu- 
tive Session. 

Stan Steidel made a motion that the Board send to the 
State Board the original Proposal to Bylaw 40, Girls Basketball 
Tournament, Girls' Fast Pitch Softball. Steidel made his initial 
proposal before the Board and now would like to change what 
was passed by the Delegate Assembly back to his original pro- 
posal. The two proposals are nearly the same other than the 
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first -- is in violation of the State Constitution. Based on tliis, he 
made a recommendation that the Board send to the State Board 
our approval of the following which was a change in the inter- 
pretation of Bylaw 40: 

To qualify as having "sponsored" a sport, a school must be 
able to demonstrate the following: 

1) If similar versions of a particular sport exist and there 
are differences in the scholarship opportunities at the NCAA 
level in that sport, a survey must be taken of the student popu- 
lation at reasonable times and places to determine the level of 
interest in the sport(s). 

2) If said survey reveals sufficient interest to field the nor- 
mal squad required for play in the particular sport and if any 
version of the sport is to be played, the school shall make fa- 
cilities, staff and other allowances to properly field a team in 
the version of the sport for which the NCAA members offer 
scholarships. 

Q/A - Are schools required to sponsor fast pitch softball if 
that school offers slow pitch? Yes. Schools are required to be 
able to demonstrate through the criteria in Bylaw 40 that all 
efforts have been made to "sponsor" the sport. 

Q/A 2 - Can schools play slow pitch softball without play- 
ing fast? Yes, but only if school representatives can demon- 
strate that the requirements for "sponsonng" the sport have 
been met according to the bylaw and insufficient interest is 
obtained from the student population. 

Rationale - This change would clarify the intent of the leg- 
islation which directed the State Board through the KHSAA to 
promulgate administrative regulations to enforce the law. This 
is also consistent with other "sponsoring" implications in simi- 
lar policies of the KHSAA. 

Tasso Harris seconded the motion which passed 9-5. 

There being no further business to come before the Board, 
Ozz Jackson made a motion to adjourn. Ken Cox seconded 
the motion which passed. The meeting adjourned at 12:30 p.m. 

Eligibility Hearings 



March 16, 1995 

The KHSAA Board of Control met in Lexington at the Hyatt 
Regency on Thursday, March 16, 1995, for the purpose of hear- 
ing eligibility appeals. These appeals were scheduled to be 
heard by the East Eligibility Committee on March 8; however, 
due to the weather conditions on that day and due to the fact 
that only five of the members were present, each appellant 
was given the opportunity to be heard at a later time before the 
entire Board. Mr. Frank Cardwell called the meeting to order at 
9 a.m. All members of the Board were present with the excep- 
tion of Ken Cox and Wendell Thomas. Others present were 
Commissioner Louis Stout, Asst. Commissioner Brigid DeVries, 
Fundraising Consultant Ken Tippett, Administrative Secretary 
Anne Wesley Mays, Board Attorney Danny Reeves and Ernie 
Tacogue of the State Department of Education. 

Prior to each appeal, Mr. Cardwell explained to the appel- 
lants the procedure for presentation. Each party was allowed 
to present his/her case and distribute to the Board any addi- 
tional information relative to the case. After each presentation, 
the Board went into Executive Session. Following return to 
Open Session a motion was made to either grant or deny the 
appeal. A roll call vote was taken by the Secretary. The appel- 
lants were advised of the decision of the Board and Mr. Cardwell 
explained the Due Process Procedure in the event the appeal 
was denied. It was determined that nine (9) affirmative votes 
were needed to pass a motion or restore eligibility. 

Following is the disposition of each appeal: 



1) Brian Glass - Anderson County, Bill Beasley made a motion 
to table the appeal. Tom Bryant seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

2) Jason Penn - Corbin; Stan Steidel made a motion to deny 
the appeal. Bill Beasley seconded the motion which passed 
by 11-3 vote. 

3) Seth Hauser - Corbin; Claudia Hicks made a motion to grant 
appeal. Cookie Henson seconded the motion which failed by 
a vote of 6-8. 

Ozz Jackson removed himself from the preceedings on 
the next appeal. 

4) Chester Adams - Whitesburg; Stan Steidel made a motion 
to grant the appeal. Bill Beasley seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Jackson returned to the meeting and Claudia Hicks 
removed herself from the preceedings on the next appeal. 

5) Jennifer Carter - Rowan County 

Cookie Henson made a motion to grant the appeal. Kathy 
Hopper seconded the motion which failed by 4-9 vote. 

There being no further appeals to come before the Board, 
Tasso Harris moved for adjournment. The Board adjourned at 
noon. 

March 23, 1995 

The KHSAA Board of Control met in Frankfort at the Holi- 
day Inn Capital Plaza on Thursday, March 23, 1995, for the 
purpose of hearing eligibility appeals Frank Cardwell called 
the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. All members of the Board 
were present with the exception of Bill Beasley, Grant Talbott 
and Wendell Thomas. Others present were Commissioner 
Louis Stout, Asst. Commissioner Brigid DeVries, Fundraising 
Consultant Ken Tippett, Administrative Secretary Anne Wesley 
Mays and Ernie Tacogue of the State Department of Educa- 
tion. 

Prior to each appeal, Mr. Cardwell explained to the appel- 
lants the procedure for presentation. Each party was allowed 
to present his/her case and distribute to the Board any addi- 
tional information relative to the case. After each presentation, 
the Board went into Executive Session. Following return to 
Open Session a motion was made to either grant or deny the 
appeal. A roll call vote was taken by the secretary. The appel- 
lants were advised of the decision of the Board and Mr. Cardwell 
explained the Due Process Procedure in the event the appeal 
was denied. It was determined that nine (9) affirmative votes 
were needed to pass a motion or restore eligibility. 

Following is the disposition of each appeal: 

1) Edward Lowe - Doss; Kathy Hopper made a motion to grant 
the appeal. Mr. Harris seconded the motion which passed 9-4. 

2) Gary Frogge - Warren Central; Bob Rogers made a motion 
to grant appeal. Tom Bryant seconded the motion which passed 
by 11-2 vote. 

3) Marisa Creech - Fern Creek; Stan Steidel made a motion to 
grant appeal. Kathy Hopper seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

4) Eric Hendrickson - Pineville; Cookie Henson made a motion 
to grant the appeal. Claudia Hicks seconded the motion which 
failed 3-10. Darrell Treece then made a motion to grant an 
additional semester of eligibility the second semester of 1 995- 
96. Ms. Isaac seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

5) Deven Runyon - Paintsville; Ken Cox made a motion to deny 
the appeal. Cookie Henson seconded the motion which passed 
by a 12-1 vote. 

6) Alyson Noel Schmidt - St. Mary; Bob Rogers made a motion 
to grant appeal. Ken Cox seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

There being no further appeals to come before the Board, 
Stan Steidel moved for adjournment. The Board recessed at 
1 1 :45 a.m. to reconvene at 8:30 a.m., Friday, March 24. 



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Basketball Group To Review 9th Region 



January 19, 1995 

Ken Cox called the meeting to order at approximately 8:05 
p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1995. He apologized for thie late 
hour, but indicated prior obligations made it unavoidable. Those 
in attendance were Ken Cox, Cookie Hanson, Bob Rogers, 
Ozz Jackson, Kathy Hopper, Larry Boucher, Ken Trivette and 
Louis Stout. 

Mr. Cox indicated he had spoken with Louis Stout, Larry 
Boucher and the basketball coaches group and that several 
issues and concerns needed to be addressed by the Commit- 
tee. Mr. Cox indicated he had asked Larry Boucher to formu- 
late an agenda from which to begin committee discussion and 
that Mr. Boucher would be the staff liaison for the Committee. 
He asked Mr. Boucher to explain the handouts he had pre- 
pared as it relates to the basketball team alignment. 

Mr. Boucher passed out a map of the state, broken down 
by basketball regions, with a listing of the teams playing in each 
region. He indicated it was possibly outdated, but was a place 
from which to begin discussions. He also passed out a listing 
of the team alignments taken from the 1994-95 KHSAA Hand- 
book which he indicated could be used as a cross reference 
because it was a more up-to-date, accurate listing. He also 
informed the Committee that Heritage Academy will be added 
to the 9th Region teams beginning with play in the 1995-96 
year. 

Ken Trivette indicated corrections needed to be made in 
the map regarding teams listed in 10th Region. He mentioned 
that only 1 5 teams are now playing boys' basketball. Tollesboro 
has consolidated with Lewis County, Maysville is now a part of 
Mason County and Millersburg Military Institute is not playing 
this year, although they come and go with a team in any given 
year. Maysville's St. Patrick still has a team. 

Mr. Cox said that the 9th Region is the only region which 
he has heard mention the need for a realignment of teams He 
acknowledged that a basketball realignment issue is a very 
emotional one. He asked for input from those in attendance 
regarding anything they may have heard in their respective 
areas regarding a basketball realignment. 

Mr. Trivette indicated there is a problem with 25 teams in 
the 9th Region, 23 teams in the 7th Region and 15 teams in 
nearby regions. Maybe a review should be made of nearby 
regions rather than a review of the entire state. He felt a greater 
concern on the part of coaches was three-team districts com- 
pared to some districts with seven teams. He feels balance 
should be the goal. 

Kathy Hopper said that looking at the map did show some 
imbalances, but no one in the Louisville area had said any- 
thing to her about it. She indicated there is some fluctuation 
with participating teams in her area as well. She would want 
to get some input before forming an opinion. 

Ozz Jackson indicated people were pretty well satisfied in 
13th and 14th Regions. 

Mr. Trivette felt that the 10th Region should be looked at 
when trying to solve the overflow problem from the 9th Region. 
This is in light of a possible further reduction in the number of 
10th Region teams. Deming and Augusta High Schools are 
small and talk has been over the years that from year to year 
their existence is in question. 

Bob Rogers stated that there are no problems in the west- 
ern part of the state. The admittance of Fellowship Christian 
Academy into the 4th District eliminates three-team districts 
down his way. He is not interested in realigning the entire state, 



...there is a problem with 25 teams in the 9th Region, 23 
teams in the 7th Region and 15 teams in nearby regions. 
Maybe a review should be made of nearby regions rather 
than a review of the entire state. 

but he is not opposed to looking at isolated problems. 

Claudia Hicks mentioned that the 1 6th Region have heard 
rumors regarding Bath County wanting to come to the 16th 
Region, but have not heard about that for some time. The 16th 
Region might be able to absorb some overflow, but there has 
not been any controversy or questions lately. 

Cookie Henson has not heard anyone complain, but would 
be willing to review her area if necessary. 

Ken Cox said that he was not inclined to look at realigning 
the entire state, but that the 9th Region imbalance needs to be 
reviewed. 

Mr Cox asked Mr. Boucher to conduct a survey or provide 
some sort of communication to teams in the 9th and 10th Re- 
gions that the Basketball Committee is looking at some appar- 
ent imbalances in team alignments in these areas and see if 
there are any voluntary suggestions that they might have to 
correct the problem. Let them know that nothing is definite, but 
that if they might have any suggestions to provide the Commit- 
tee they should do so. 

A discussion occurred regarding the problems at the Boys' 
State Tournament over teams wanting to use a wide seam or 
narrow seam basketball in their game. We flipped a coin to 
determine which one to use and usually complaints were heard. 
It was decided that the KHSAA would get some basketballs 
from the Corporate Sponsors for basketballs and send some 
samples to the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches 
and them pass the basketballs around at their meeting and 
possibly a recommendation from them as to which ball to adopt 
- wide or narrow. Then we could possibly inform the member 
schools of which ball we will use in the tournament. 

Mr. Cox opened up dialogue on 3-person officiating possi- 
bilities. Mr. Boucher passed out a listing he had developed on 
the pros and cons of 3-person officiating. It seems the primary 
objection to adopting this officiating style in the financial costs 
to the schools. One way to eliminate some of that costs might 
schedule boys' and girls' varsity doubleheaders and let the same 
three officials do both. Boys' and girls' JV games would be 
scheduled as doubleheaders on different nights and the same 
3-person Crew would do both of those games. Mr. Trivette did 
not feel that the majority of current coaches would want to 
change the current boys' and girls varsity/JV format. The JV 
programs are feeder programs to the varsity squad and this 
would hinder that tie-in. The Committee felt a possible short- 
age of officials, the overall lack of training, the uncertainty as to 
whether it actually proved the game was better officiated and, 
specifically, the financial impact would prohibit it from recom- 
mending a move in that direction at this time. If future consid- 
eration is warranted, then it might be best to experiment at the 
post season level. Further discussion on the issue was tabled. 

A general discussion occurred about officials officiating both 
boy's and girls' games. Some discussion centered around some 
top quality officials who would not officiate girls' games or who 
did not because they felt it wouldn't require as much effort. 
Eventually, the Committee discussed the prime playing nights 
and the inequality with regard to which gender got to play on 
these nights. The Committee agreed that a draft letter should 
be prepared encouraging schools to consider scheduling boy/ 

See, Committee, Page 14 



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KHSAA Names Molten 
Official Ball In Three Sports 

Molten has been named the official ball of the KHSAA in 
the sports of basketball, soccer and volleyball. Commissioner 
Louis Stout signed the agreement which gives Molten official 
ball status for five years, beginning July 1 , 1 995 and extending 
through June 2000. 

The contract requires the KHSAA to use Molten through- 
out postseason play in the three sports. In turn, Molten will 
supply the in-kind product and cash valued at $200,000 over 
the life of the contract. 

"Molten is very proud to be associated with the KHSAA," 
Michael Krieger, Eastern sales manager for Molten, said. "Our 
efforts will be to work with the Association for the betterment of 
high school athletics in Kentucky." 

"Having Molten on board as a major corporate sponsor 
will improve our tournaments while providing this Association 
with funds needed to help both our schools and student-ath- 
letes," Stout said. 

Wilson will continue to be the official ball for football, soft- 
ball and baseball. That five-year deal for in-kind products and 
cash will bring the KHSAA $50,000 

Paintsville's Brugh Retires 

Walter Brugh, the all-time winningest coach in Kentucky 
high school football history, called it quits April 1 7. Brugh spent 
44 years as a football coach at Paintsville, the past 39 as the 
head man. He finishes his career with a 279-136-5 record. At 
age 68, he's also retiring as Paintsville's director of pupil per- 
sonnel, a position he held since 1959. 

Brugh guided the Tigers to two state runner-up finishes in 
1 979 and '85. But his biggest win came on Oct. 1 5, 1 993 when 
he surpassed Bardstown's Garnis Martin to become the state's 
all-time winningest coach. Now with his retirement. North 
Hardin's Joe Jaggers becomes the state's winningest active 
coach with 260 victories. 

Kentucky's Winningest Football Coaches ('active) 

1 . Walter Brugh, Paintsville (39 years) 279-1 36-5 

2. Garnis Martin, Bardstown (38) 271-1 14-7 

3. *Joe Jaggers, North Hardin (29) 260-88-3 

4. Jack Morris, Mayfield (24) 254-50-2 
4. *Mojo Hollowell, Owensboro Catholic (36) 254-148-7 

6. *Owen Hauck, Boone Co. (32) 253-120-4 

7. Preston "Ty" Holland, Murray (43) 249-159-28 

8. *Dan Haley, Bowling Green (28) 238-79-3 

9. Marshall Patterson, Ft. Campbell (32) 227-120-0 

10. William Kean, Central (33) 225-45-12 

Golf In Richmond For 1995 

The State Golf Championships next October will move to 
Richmond. The girls' tournament will be played at Arlington 
Country Club and the boys' will be played at Gibson Bay Golf 
Course. The dates for each event are Oct. 10-11 for the girls' 
tournament and Oct. 12-13 for the boys' tournament. 

Johnston Elected To Board 

Bourbon County athletic director Kathy Johnston was 
elected to a four-year term on the KHSAA's Board of Control 
beginning in July. Johnston will replace outgoing Board mem- 
ber Claudia Hicks of Rowan County and will hold one of four 
minority seats on the Board. 

Two other current Board members, whose terms were to 



expire this June, were re-elected for four more years. Frank 
Cardwell, the current president of the Board and principal of 
Franklin-Simpson, and Stan Steidel, athletic director and bas- 
ketball coach at Dayton, will both continue to hold seats on the 
16-member board. 

The State Department of Education, which places four at- 
large members on the KHSAA's Board, will fill Tom Bryant's 
spot this summer Bryant, the basketball coach at Centre Col- 
lege, was selected to serve a one-year term only. 

Napier Joins Unique 300 Club 

Randy Napier, the girls' fast pitch Softball coach at M.C. 
Napier, won his 300th softball game in April to run his career 
record to 300-102. Napier, who also coached M.C. Napier to a 
girls' state basketball title in 1994 before resigning that posi- 
tion at the start of the 1994-95 season, has a 338-108 mark in 
girls' basketball. He'll return to the sidelines in basketball next 
season as the head man of the girls' program in both sports at 
new Perry Central. 



Reed Resigns 



Washington County football coach Jimmie Reed, a leader 
in promoting football in Kentucky, has resigned his coaching 
position at the school. Reed, who coached the Commanders 
for 17 years, left with a 113-78 record. He will remain at the 
school as athletic director and guidance counselor and will 
continue to serve as Executive Director of the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association and game director of the Ken- 
tucky-Tennessee All-Star football game. 

Reed, a former UK football player and whose son J.D. now 
plays for the Wildcats, guided Washington County to a regional 
title in 1979, three district crowns and eight playoff appear- 
ances. The Commanders finished 5-6 in 1994. 

Brown, Winningest Girls' 
Basketball Coach, Quits 

The winningest girls' basketball coach in the state of Ken- 
tucky has resigned Bill Brown, who compiled a 445-1 15 record 
in 19 years as head man of Southern's girls' basketball team, 
quit in April He guided the Lady Trojans to 14 district titles, 14 
regional crowns and a 1988 state title. He also coached Miss 
Basketball Lisa Harrison that same year. Southern finished 12- 
13 in '94-95, losing in the first round of the regional. 

Winningest Girls' Coaches ("active) 

1. Bill Brown, Southern (19 years) 445-115 

2. *Roy Bowling, Mercy 443-100 

3. "Howard Beth, Marshall Co. 429-57 

4. *John High, Whitesburg 408-86 
5. 'Beverly Roby, Marion Co. 392-151 

Ex-NFL Star Ray Guy at EKU 

Ray Guy, who many believe is the best punter to ever play 
in the NFL, will be at Eastern Kentucky University's Kicking 
Academy, scheduled for June 9-11, 1995, in Richmond. The 
camp is for 10-year-olds to high school age kickers. Campers 
can receive an application by calling (606) 622-2146. 

Guy led the NCAA in punting in 1972 with a 46.2 yard av- 
erage at Southern Mississippi. In 1973, he was the first punter 
ever selected in the first round of the NFL draft and went on to 
average 42.4 yards per kick in 14 seasons with the Raiders. 
He was named to the Pro Bowl seven times and won three 
Super Bowls with the Raiders. 



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Fast Pitch/Slow Pitch Softball Alignments 



TENTATIVE FAST PITCH 

(Based on Information provided by 
member schools - 229 teams) 

Region 1 

District. 1 - Carlisle Co., Fulton, Fulton 

Co., Hickman Co. 

D. 2 - Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 

Tilghman, Reidland 

D. 3 - Ballard Memorial, Mayfield, Graves 

Co., St. Mary 

D. 4 - Calloway Co., Marshiall Co., Murray 

Region 2 

D. 5 - Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., 

Livingston Central, Lyon Co., Trigg Co. 

D. 6 - Henderson Co., Providence, Union 

Co., Webster Co. 

D. 7- Dawson Springs, Madisonville-NH, 

South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

D. 8 - Christian Co., Fort Campbell, 

Hopkinsville, University Heigtits 

Region 3 

D. 9 - Daviess Co., Muhlenberg North, 
Muhlenberg South 

D. 10 - Grayson Co., Hancock Co., Ohio 
Co., Trinity (Whitesville) 

Region 4 

D. 11 - Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co , 
Russellville, Todd Co. Central 
D. 12 - Allen Co.-Scottsville, Bowling 
Green, Greenwood, Warren Central 
D. 13 - Barren Co , Clinton Co., 
Cumberland Co., Glasgow, Metcalfe Co., 
Monroe Co. 

Region 5 

D. 14 - Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, 

Fort Knox, Meade Co., North Hardin 

D. 15 - Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson 

Co., Washington Co. 

D. 16 - Adair Co., Campbellsville, Marion 

Co., Taylor Co. 

D. 16A - Caverna, Green Co., Hart Co., 

LaRue Co. 

Region 6 

D. 17 - Central, Portland Christian, Pre- 
sentation, Shawnee 

D. 18 - Butler, Holy Cross (Louisville), 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Western 
D. 19 - Doss, Fairdale, Holy Rosary, 
Southern, Valley 

Region 7 

D. 20 - duPont Manual, Louisville Colle- 
giate, Male, Mercy 

D. 21 - Assumption, Atherton, Christian 
Academy, Seneca 

D. 22 - Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, 
Jeffersontown 

D. 23 - Ballard, Eastern, Sacred Heart, 
Waggener 



Region 8 

D. 24 - Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, North 

Bullitt, Spencer Co. 

D. 25 - Anderson Co., Eminence, Henry 

Co., Shelby Co. 

D. 26 - Carroll Co., Gallatin Co., Oldham 

Co., South Oldham, Trimble Co. 

D. 27 - Grant Co. , Scott Co., Wlliamstown 

Region 9 

D. 28 - Boone Co.. Conner, Ryle, Simon 

Kenton, St. Henry, Walton-Verona 

D. 29 - Dixie Heights, Holy Cross 

(Covington), Notre Dame 

D. 30 - Cov, Latin, Campbell Co., Scott 

Region 10 

D. 31 -Augusta, Bracken Co., Mason Co., 
Pendleton Co., St. Patnck 
D. 32 - Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Nicho- 
las Co. 

D. 33 - Estill Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Montgomery Co 

Region 11 

D 34 - Frankfort, Franklin Co., Western 
Hills, Woodford Co, 

D. 35 - Jessamine Co , Lexington Catho- 
lic, Lexington Christian 
D 36 - Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Paul Dunbar, Tates Creek 
D. 37 - Berea, Madison Central, Madison 
Southern, Model 

Region 12 

D. 38 -Boyle Co , Casey Co., Lincoln Co. 
D. 39 - Burgin, Garrard Co., Mercer Co. 
D. 40 - McCreary Central, Monticello, 
Russell Co., Wayne Co. 
D. 41 - North Laurel, Pulaski Co., Pulaski 
Southwestern, Somerset, South Laurel 

Region 13 

D. 42 - Clay Co., Jackson Co., Oneida 
Baptist Institute, Rockcastle Co. 
D. 43 - Barbourville, Corbin, Knox Cen- 
tral, Lynn Camp, Whitley Co., 
Williamsburg 

D. 44 - Bell Co., Cawood, Cumberland, 
Harlan, Middlesboro, Pineville, Red Bird 

Region 14 

D. 45 - Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Letcher 

Co., Whitesburg 

D. 46 - Dilce Combs, Cordia, June 

Buchanan, M.C. Napier 

D. 47 - Buckhorn, Hazard, Leslie Co., 

Riverside Christian 

D. 48 - Breathitt Co., Jackson City, Lee 

Co., Owsley Co. 

Region 15 

D. 49 - Johnson Central, Magoffin Co., 

Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

D. 50 - Allen Central, Betsy Layne, 



Prestonsburg, South Floyd 

D. 51 - Millard, Pike Co. Central, Pikeville, 

Shelby Valley 

D. 52 - Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, 

Phelps 

Region 16 

D. 53 - Menifee Co., Morgan Co., Powell 

Co., Wolfe Co. 

D. 54 - East Carter, Elliott Co., Rowan 

Co., West Carter 

D. 55 - Greenup Co., Lewis Co., Russell 

D. 56 - Boyd Co., Lawrence Co., Paul 

Blazer 

TENTA TIVE SLOW PITCH 

(94 teams) 

Region 1 - Christian Co., Mayfield, 
McLean Co., Muhlenberg t^Jorth, 
Muhlenberg South, South Hopkins, St. 
Mary, Webster Co., 

Region 2 - Apollo, Breck Co., Butler Co., 
Daviess Co., Frederick Fraize, Grayson 
Co., Hancock Co., Ohio Co., Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Trinity 

Region 3 - Bardstown, Casey Co., 
Clinton Co., Cumberland Co., Edmonson 
Co., Lincoln Co., Marion Co., Monroe Co., 
Nelson Co., Warren East 

Region 4 - Butler, Central, Evangel, Holy 
Cross, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Presentation, Portland Christian, 
Shawnee, Valley 

Region 5 - Assumption, Ballard, East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Kentucky Country Day, 
Mercy, Moore, Sacred Heart, Seneca 

Region 6 - Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
Co., Dayton, Highlands, Holmes, New- 
port, Newport Central Catholic, Scott, Sil- 
ver Grove 

Region 7 - Beechwood, Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Henry Co., Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, 
Williamstown 

Region 8 - Bath Co., Bullitt East, Frank- 
fort, Harrison Co., Lexington Christian, 
Mason Co., Nicholas Co., Pendleton Co. 

Region 9 - Bell Co., Breathitt Co., 
Cawood, Clay Co., Jackson City, Knott 
Co. Central, Pulaski Co., Rockcastle Co., 
Somerset 

Region 10 - Allen Central, Betsy Layne, 
East Carter, Leslie Co., Magoffin Co., 
Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Shelby Valley, 
South Floyd, West Carter, Wolfe Co. 



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1995 Regional Tennis Managers 



Region 1 -- Boys and Girls 


Region 6 - Boys and Girls 


Barbourville, KY 40906 


Larry J. Heflin 


Joe Kroh 


606-546-8556 / 606-546-4459 


8145HouserRd. 


St. Xavier High School 




Boaz, KY 42027 


1609 Poplar Level Rd. 


Region 11 - Boys and Girls 


502-554-1820/554-5852 


Louisville, KY 40217 


Melissa Epiing / Tracy Edwards 




502-637-4712 / 502-459-6586 


Russell High School 


Region 2 - Boys and Girls 




709 Devil Lane 


Dave Compton 


Region 7 - Boys and Girls 


Russell, KY41169 


Bowling Green High School 


Kim Salyer (Boys) / Charles Shipley 


606-836-6414 / 606-836-8135 


1801 Rockingham Lane 


(Girls) 




Bowling Green, KY 42104 


Pleasure Ridge Park High School 


Region 12 - Girls 


502-746-2300 


5901 Greenwood Rd. 


Rob Hardin 




Louisville, KY 40258 


850 Lincoln Rd. 


Region 3 - Boys and Girls 


502-485-8311 


Bellevue, KY 41073 -^ 


Norm Woodward 




606-261-2980 / 606-261-9070 


325 Park Plaza Dr. 


Region 8 - Boys and Girls 




Owensboro, KY 42301 


Terry Johnson 


Region 12 - Boys 


502-683-1585 


Franklin County High School 


Tom Wischer 




1100 East Main 


4159 Farmwood Ct. 


Region 4 - Boys and Girls 


Frankfort, KY 40601 


Erianger, KY 41018 


Rob Maxwell 


502-695-6750 / 502-695-3367 


606-341-7650/606-282-9119 


3026 Ring Rd. 






Elizabethtown, KY 42701 


Region 9 - Boys and Girls 


Region 13 - Boys and Girls 


502-765-7946 


Jerry Johns 


Jeff Isaacs 




409 Clements Ave. 


Paris High School 


Region 5 - Boys and Girls 


Somerset, KY 42501 


302 Seventh Street 


Richard Cotton 


606-678-5610 


Paris, KY 40361 


12008 Edenwood Dr. 




606-987-7601 / 606-987-2163 


Louisville, KY 40243 


Region 10 - Boys and Girls 




502-473-8243 / 502-245-6398 


Bob Duricko 
201 Grayson St. 





January Board 

(From Page 7) 

Male HS, amendment to Bylaw 25, Limi- 
tation of Seasons, 6. Soccer. The mo- 
tion passed unanimously. 

Ken Cox left the meeting. 

The Board then considered other 
proposals to be submitted to the Delegate 
Assembly. By vote of the Board, these 
proposals were rejected for submission: 
1) Principal James Sexton, Eastern High 
School, amendment to Article IV, Admin- 
istration & Legislation, Sec. 1; 2) Princi- 
pal Kim Shaw, North Hardin HS & Princi- 
pal Randall Cooper, Ryle HS, amend- 
ment to Bylaw 28, Physicians Certificate 
and Parents Consent; 3) Principal Guy 
Strong, George Rogers Clark HS, amend- 
ment to the Constitution. Kathy Hopper 
then made a motion to table five propos- 
als submitted by Principal Perry Sangalli, 
St. Xavier HS which contained amend- 
ments to Bylaw 27, Requirements for 
Coaches, pending a clarification of Ian- • 
guage. The proposal could then be re- 
submitted for approval. Frank Welch sec- 
onded the motion which passed. 

The Board than went into Executive 
Session to discuss a legal matter. Tasso 
Harris made a motion, seconded by Stan 
Steidel to return to Open Session. 



Tasso Harris made a motion, sec- 
onded by Cookie Henson, that the Board 
declare an emergency on a proposal to 
amend Bylaw 40, as submitted by Mr. 
Stan Steidel, Dayton High School. The 
Board directed the Commissioner to de- 
liver this proposal to Mr. Joe Kelly, State 
Board Chairman, on Monday, Jan. 23, for 
submission to the Feb. 8-9 meeting. The 
motion passed 9-2. 

Teresa Isaac left the meeting. 

Ms. DeVries submitted a Swimming 
realignment and requested approval of 
the changes as recommended by the 
Swimming Advisory Committee for the 
1 995-96 school year. Grant Talbott made 
a motion to approve the alignment as pre- 
sented. Tasso Harris seconded the mo- 
tion, which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Stout announced the 
appointment of a Hearing Officer, Judge 
George E. Barker, Lexington, to begin on 
AphI 1, 1995. 

Mr. Stout advised the Board that the 
State Basketball Tournament dates for 
1 998 should be changed as follows: Girls 
- March 11-14; Boys - March 18 - 21 
due to a conflict at one of the sites. 

There being no further business. 
Cookie Henson moved for adjournment. 
The meeting adjourned at 12:15 p.m. 



Committee 

(From Page 11) 

girl varsity doubleheaders more often in 
future years to address gender equality 
concerns as well as the concern over 
the number of nights our children are out 
attending events. 

The committee discussed 
postseason tournament site rotation 
plans. It was mentioned that we pretty 
much have rotation plans for district play, 
but seems Committee members felt a 
regional rotation plan should also be in 
effect. Commissioner Stout has indicated 
he wants to pursue this concept if pos- 
sible. 

The Committee briefly discussed and 
was asked by Ken Trivette to give further 
thought to the following issues: (1 ) sum- 
mer play for athletes and possible need 
for a dead/no play period during the sum- 
mer (2) the need to revise the seat belt 
rule on coaches because of the rule 
change in the number of technical fouls 
now required to disqualify coaches (3) 
whether seeding for post season tourna- 
ments should be required or eliminated 
so that all districts and teams across the 
state are consistent. 

The meeting was adjourned. 



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1995 Regional Track Managers/Sites 



Site listed first, then manager and tlien 
manager's address for eacfi region 

CLASS A 
Region 1 

Paducah Tilghman High Scfiool 
Augie Schiller 
PO Box 2550 
Paducah, KY 42001 
502-444-6108 / 502-444-5696 

Region 2 

Apollo High School 
Willis McClure 
2280 Tamarack Rd. 
Owensboro, KY 42301 
502-685-3121 / 502-683-8618 

Region 3 

Bardstown High School 
Tom Williams 
400 N. 5th St. 
Bardstown, KY 40004 
502-348-1680 / 502-348-2682 

Region 4 

Lloyd Memorial High School 

Jim Johnson @ Howell Elementary 

Central Row 

Elsmere, KY 41018 

606-727-1108 

Region 5 

TBA 

Frank Miklavcic 

Frankfort High School 

328 Shelby St. 

Frankfort, KY 40601 

502-875-8655 / 502-875-2904 

Region 6 

Boyd County 

Bob Stacey 

12307 Midland Trail Rd. 

Ashland, KY41102 

606-928-6473 

Region 7 

Williamsburg High School 

Gordon Bocock 

101 Owens Ferry Rd. 

Somerset, KY 42501 

606-679-1574 

Region 8 

Bell County High School 

Bob Howard @ Evarts High School 

PO Box 9 

1989 Wildcat Dr. 

Evarts, KY 40828 

606-837-2502 



CLASS AA 
Region 1 

Paducah Tilghman High School 
same as Class A Region 1 

Region 2 

Glasgow High School 
Terry Flatt 
Columbia Ave. 
Glasgow, KY 42141 
502-651-8801 

Region 3 

Ft. Knox High School 
Dave Shufelt 
7501 Missouri St. 
Ft. Knox, KY 40121 
502-624-6647 

Region 4 

Lloyd Memorial High School 
same as Class A Region 4 

Region 5 

TBA 

Jean Wright 

41 Timberlawn Circle 

Frankfort, KY 40601 

502-695-2081 

Region 6 

Williamsburg High School 
same as Class A Region 7 

Region 7 

Russell High School 

Alice Leigh 

709 Red Devil Lane 

Russell, KY41169 

606-836-9658 

Region 8 

Sabastian Middle School 
Irton Sparkman @ 
Breathitt County High School 
406 Court St. 
Jackson, KY41701 
606-666-751 1 / 606-436-3562 

CLASS AAA 
Region 1 

Apollo High School 
same as Class A Region 2 

Region 2 

Central Hardin High School 
Bryan Todd 

6599 New Glendale Rd. 
Elizabethtown, KY 42701 
502-351-7696 / 502-737-6800 

Region 3 

Iroquois High School 
Charles Daniel 
4615 Taylor Blvd. 



Louisville, KY 40215 
502-473-8693 / 502-239-9272 

Region 4 

Male High School 

Jay Levine 

4409 Preston Hwy. 

Louisville, KY 40203 

502-473-8972 / 502-245-0457 

Region 5 

Shelby County High School 
Larry Wingfield 
PO Box 69 

Shelbyville, KY 40066 
502-633-2344 / 502-633-5010 

Region 6 

Boyd County High School 

Bob Stacey 

12307 Midland Trail Rd. 

Ashland, KY41102 

606-928-6473 

Region 7 

TBA 

Jean Wright 

41 Timberlawn Circle 

Frankfort, KY 40601 

502-695-2081 

Region 8 

Bell County High School 
John Brock 
Rt. 1, Box 88 
Pineville, KY 40977 
606-337-7061 / 606-337-3368 



•95 SPRING SPORTS 


TITLE SCHEDULE 


Baseball 




District 


May 15-19 


Regional 


May 22-26 


Sectional 


May 29-June 3 


Finals 


June 8-10 


Track 




Regional 


May 19-20 


Finals 


June 2-3 


Softball 




District 


May 15-19 


Regional 


May 22-26 


Finals 


June 1-3 


Tennis 




Regional 


May 16-20 


Finals 


June 1-3 



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MAY-JUNE 1995 



1995 Track & Field Alignment 




Class A (0-359) 
Region 1 

Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co., Fulton 
Co., Hickman Co , Mayfield, Murray, St. 
Mary 

Region 2 

Caverna, Crittenden Co., Lyon Co., Provi- 
dence, Russellville, Trigg Co., West 
Hopkins 

Region 3 

Bardstown, Bethlehem, Brown, Christian 
Academy-Louisville, Eminence, Ky. 
Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, St. 
Francis, Walden 

Region 4 

Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington 
Latin, Dayton, Holy Cross (Covington), 
Ludlow, Newport Central Catholic, St 
Henry, Villa Madonna, Walton-Verona 

Region 5 

Bath Co., Carroll Co., Frankfort, Lexing- 
ton Catholic, Lexington Christian, Menifee 
Co., Nicholas Co , Paris, Sayre 

Region 6 

Elkhorn City, Elliott Co., Fairview, Jack- 
son City, Magoffin Co., Owsley Co., 
Paintsville, Pikeville, Raceland, Riverside 
Christian, South Floyd, Wolfe Co. 

Region 7 

Berea, Campbellsville, Cumberland Co., 
Danville, Garrard Co., Harrodsburg, Ky. 
School f/t Deaf, Metcalfe Co., Model, 
Monticello, St. Camillus, Williamsburg 

Region 8 

Cordia, Cumberland, Evarts, Fleming- 
Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, June 
Buchanan, Lee Co., Letcher, Oneida 
Baptist, Red Bird 

Class AA (360-649) 
Region 1 

Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Fort 
Campbell, Heath, Lone Oak, McLean Co., 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, South 
Hopkins, Todd Co. Central, Webster Co. 

Region 2 

Allen Co.-Scottsville, Butler Co., 
Edmonson Co., Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Logan Co , Monroe Co , War- 
ren East 

Region 3 

Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, 
Hancock Co., Hart Co., Larue Co., North 
Bullitt, Owensboro Catholic, Washington 
Co. 



Region 4 

Bourbon Co., Covington Catholic, Grant 
Co , Harrison Co., Highlands, Lloyd Me- 
morial, Newport, Owen Co , Pendleton 
Co., Ryle 

Region 5 

Anderson Co., Boyle Co., Estill Co., 
Franklin Co., Jackson Co., Madison 
Southern, Mercer Co., Powell Co., 
Rockcastle Co., Western Hills 

Region 6 

Adair Co., Casey Co., Corbin, Green Co., 
Marion Co , McCreary Central, 
Middlesboro, Russell Co , Somerset, 
Taylor Co., Wayne Co. 

Region 7 

East Carter, Fleming Co., Lawrence Co., 
Lewis Co., Mason Co., Morgan Co., 
Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark, West 
Carter 

Region 8 

Allen Central, Belfry, Betsy Layne, 
Breathitt Co., Dilce Combs, Knott Co. 
Central, Leslie Co., Pike Co. Central, 
Prestonsburg, Shelby Valley, Whitesburg 

Class AAA (650 & up) 
Region 1 

Apollo, Christian Co., Daviess Co., 
Graves Co., Henderson Co., 
Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Marshall Co., Owensboro, Union Co. 

Region 2 

Barren Co., Bowling Green, Bullitt Cen- 



tral, Central Hardin, Grayson Co., Green- 
wood, Meade Co., Nelson Co., North 
Hardin, Ohio Co., Warren Central 

Region 3 

DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross 
(Louisville), Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Presentation, Southern, Valley, 
Western 

Region 4 

Assumption, Atherton, Butler, Central, 
DuPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, 
Moore, Shawnee, St. Xavier 

Region 5 

Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Mercy, 
Oldham Co., Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Shelby Co., South Oldham, Trinity (Lou- 
isville), Waggener 

Region 6 

Boone Co., Boyd Co., Campbell Co., 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Greenup Co., 
Holmes, Notre Dame, Paul Blazer, Scott, 
Simon Kenton 

Region 7 

Bryan Station, George Rogers Clark, 
Henry Clay, Lafayette, Jessamine Co., 
Madison Central, Montgomery Co., Paul 
Dunbar, Scott Co., Tates Creek, 
Woodford Co. 

Region 8 

Bell Co., Cawood, Clay Co., Johnson 
Central, Knox Central, Lincoln Co., North 
Laurel, Pulaski Co., Pulaski SW, South 
Laurel, Wayne Co., Whitley Co. 



COACHES CERTIFICATION 

Don't Forget: Beginning with the 1996-97 school year, all coaches in 
Kentucky must be certified through an approved training procedure to be in 
compliance with Bylaw 27. The Kentucky High School Athletic Directors' 
Association has set in motion this plan and initiated the training process. 

The following are clinic dates for the 
Kentucky Coaches Education Program: 

May 13, 1995 

Augusts, 1995 

November 11, 1995 

January 13, 1996 

February 22-23, 1996* 

April 13, 1996 

May 18, 1996 

* During the Kellogg Football Coaches Clinic in Louisville 

Contact Stan Steidel of Dayton High School, president of the KHSADA, for 
more information. 



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Attendance Report For '95 Track Clinics 



1995 BOYS ATTENDEES 


Monti cello 


Tom Pyles 


Cordia 


Barbara Combs 


Shelby Co. Roland Dale 






Morgan Co 


Gary Holbrook 


Cumberiand Co 


Chuck Price 


Shelby Valley Jim Bentine 


Apollo 


Craig Hopkins 


Nelson Co 


Kerry Lancaster 


Danville 


Marcus Stallworth 


Simon 


Kenton Julie Yeagle 


Ballard 


Gregory Calwin 


Newport 


Dave Cunningham 


Dayton 


Barry Binkley 


Somerset Joan Spurtock 


Bardstown 


Tom Williams 


Newport Catholic 


David Ueding 


East Carter 


Willis Johnson 


South 


Floyd Keith Smallwood 


Barren Co. 


Steve Metzger 


Nicholas Co. 


Travis Huber 


Edmonson Co. 


Melinda Ricketts 


South 


Hopkins John Amett 


Bell Co. 


John Brock 


North Bullitt 


Doug Soards 


Elizabethtown 


Tim Hinkle 


South Laurel Judy Hodges 


Bellevue 


Marty Mayer 


North Hardin 


Rudy McKinney 


Fairdale 


Steve Heckman 


South Oldham Kevin Johnson 


Berea 


Anthony Barsch 


Ohio Co 


Mari< Gary 


Fairview 


Mickey Dixon 


Southern Shannon Knabel 


Bethlehem 


Steve Hart 


Oneida Baptist 


Dora Phillips 


Fern Creek 


David Myers 


St Francis Paul Hall 


Bishop Brossart 


Steve Battershell 


Owen Co 


Anthony Reynolds 


Fleming Co 


Woodie Jamison 


St Henry Jam Stryffeler 


Boone Co 


Jim Wihebrink 


Owensboro 


Hariey Trogdien 


Fleming-Neon 


Sue Kincer 


Tates Creek Barbara Kok 


Boyd Co. 


Tyler Lovin 


Owens Catholic 


Jim Ivey 


Frankfort 


Frank Miklavcic 


Taylor 


Co Brad Todd 


Boyle Co 


Jim Spears 


Owsley Co 


Jamison Brunk 


Franklin Co. 


Danvl Thompson 


Valley 


Wm Undera/ood 


Breathitt Co. 


Irton Spar1<man 


Paducah Tilghman Augie Schiller 


Fulton Co. 


Bradley Patterson 


Walton-Verona Jeannine Vest 


Butler Co. 


Max Ward 


Paris 


Larry Hams 


Greenwood 


Virgil Livers 


Warren Central Dennis Jenkins 


Camptjellsville 


Jeff Richardson 


Paul Dunbar 


Mike Wainscott 


Hancock Co 


Chris Hawkins 


Wan-en East Lisa Baird 


Casey Co 


Randy Salyers 


Powell Co 


Ovie Hollon 


Harian 


E R Gray 


Washington Co Lee Glasscock 


Cavema 


Bryan Blankenship 


Pulaski Co 


Mark Wilson 


Harrison Co 


Danny Simpson 


West Carter Edwin Cook 


Central 


William White 


Pulaski SW 


Gregg Suhr 


Harrodsburg 


Alvis Johnson 


Western Hills Jerry Lucas 


Central Hardin 


Bryan Todd 


Red Bird 


Bev Reitz 


Hart Co 


Mindy Daniel 


Whitley Co Alan Ysidro 


Clay Co. 


Denver Word 


Reidland 


Steve Traynham 


Hazard 


Chuck Wolfe 


Williamsburg Ray Martin 


Conner 


Tom Steliman 


Riverside Christian Neal Butler 


Hickman Co 


Richard Dowdy 


Woodford Co Wally Cook 


Corbin 


Clyde Burchette 


Rockcastle Co 


Tom Lart(ey 


Highlands 


Frankie Broerman 






Cordia 


Barbara Combs 


Russell 


Jim Epiing 


Holy Cross (Lou ) 


Mary Buri<s 


1995 OFFICIALS 


Cov. Catholic 


Mike Clines 


Russellville 


Robert Nelson 


Hopkinsville 


Judith A. Ploesser 






Cumberland Co. 


Chuck Price 


Ryle 


Steve DAdamo 


Jenkins 


Angle Kennedy 


1252 


Tom Ballowe 


Danville 


Marcus Stallworth 


Sayre 


Mike Woodward 


Jessamine Co 


Tim Peterson 


8613 


Barry Binkley 


Dayton 


Barry Binkley 


Scott 


Jerry Mohr 


Johnson Central 


Debbie Melvin 


4848 


Gordon Bocock 


DeSales 


Terry Bamey 


Scott Co 


Rhonda Roe 


Ky Country Day 


Mark Stanck 


1337 


Brother Borgia 


Edmonson Co. 


Melinda Ricketts 


Shawnee 


Dennis Trammell 


KSD 


Donna Anderson 


6516 


John Brock 


Elizabethtown 


James Haire 


Shelby Co 


Larry Wingfeld 


Lafayette 


Brent Arnold 


5562 


Lillie Brunson 


Fairdale 


Mari( Catlett 


Shelby Valley 


Jim Bentine 


Larue Co 


Billy Willian 


8384 


Neal Butler 


Fairview 


Mickey Dixon 


Simon Kenton 


Mike Can-/ 


Lawrence Co 


Brian Brown 


7716 


Patsy Caswell 


Fern Creek 


David Myers 




Chris Willertz 


Leslie Co 


Joy Williams 


7148 


Charies Cooper 


Fleming Co 


Woodie Jamison 


South Floyd 


Johnny Osborne 


Lewis Co 


James Silvey 


7046 


Charies Cooper 


Fleming-Neon 


Larry Kincer 


South Laurel 


Jep Irwin 


Lincoln Co. 


Doug Preston 


7687 


Mike Crowhurst 


Fort Knox 


Gwen Hill 


South Oldham 


Kevin Johnson 


Lou. Collegiate 


Gary Conklin 


6637 


Eric Elliott 


Frankfort 


Frank Miklavcic 


Southern 


John Nason 


Ludlow 


Jay T Brewer 


7874 


Kelly Flora 


Franklin Co 


Darryl Thompson 


St Francis 


Paul Hall 


Madison Central 


Lindsey Thurman 


8312 


Harold Gray 


Fulton Co 


David Gallagher 


St Henry 


Jam Stryffeler 


Madison Southern Angela Sowers 


7115 


Bobbi Grim 


George R Clark 


Don Danko 


St Xavier 


Frank Cooper 


Marshall Co. 


Chuck Gullo 


6040 


David Grim 


Grayson Co 


A. Benningfield 


Taylor Co 


Brad Todd 


Mason Co 


Doris Cain 


8597 


Tony Gmelle 


Green Co 


Bill Moore 


Trigg Co 


Rick Larson 


McCreary Central 


Jim Huff 


8095 


Chuck Gullo 


Greenup Co 


Angela Fultz 


Trinity (Lou ) 


Chuck Servino 


McLean Co 


Marshall Enoch 


2453 


Danny Houchin 


Greenwood 


Virgil Livers 


Valley 


Gary Wade 


Menifee Co. 


Elizabeth Burton 


4820 


Barbara Judge 


Hancock Co. 


Chris Hawkins 


Walton-Verona 


Jeannine Vest 


Mercer Co. 


Brian Pendygraft 


2607 


Jack Kaelin 


Harlan 


E R Gray 


Warren Central 


Kerry Wyatt 


Metcalfe Co. 


Steven Rascoe 


5404 


Rudy McKinney 


Harrison Co 


Bobby Jenkins 


Wan-en East 


Edwin Moss 


Montgomery Co 


Arthur Williams 


6594 


Dylan Mays 


Han-odsburg 


Alvis Johnson 


Washington Co 


Jimmie Reed 


Monticello 


Tom Pyles 


7212 


Chuck Medley 


Han Co 


Jeff Witt 


West Carter 


Edwin Cook 


Morgan Co. 


Gary Holbrook 


4771 


Frank Miklavcic 


Hazard 


Chuck Wolfe 


Western Hills 


Jerry Lucas 


Nelson Co. 


Dan Bradley 


7149 


Dave Moore 


Henderson Co. 


David Mitchell 


Whitley Co. 


Alan Ysidro 


Newport 


Dave Cunningham 


8584 


Kenneth Morton 


Hickman Co. 


Richard Dowdy 


Williamsburg 


Kevin Widener 


Newport Catholic 


David Ueding 


7185 


William Nault 


Highlands 


Jim Daugherty 


Woodford Co 


Wally Cook 


Nicholas Co 


Travis Huber 


8108 


Mari( Rowe 


Holy Cross (Lou.) 


Richard Reynolds 






North Bullitt 


Jim Overturf 


5151 


Arthur Sciubba 


Hopkinsville 


Jim Ploesser 


1995 GIRLS ATTENDEES 


North Hardin 


Bill Dennison 


4835 


Joan Spurtock 


Jackson Co. 


Arthur Taylor 






Notre Dame 


Bob Meyer 


6605 


Harold Stidham 


Jenkins 


Scott Guthrie 


Apollo 


Craig Hopkins 


Ohio Co 


Mart< Gary 


4071 


Martin Voiers 


Jessamine Co 


Wes Folsom 


Assumption 


Barry Kornstein 


Oneida Baptist 


Dora Phillips 


4205 


James Williams 


Johnson Central 


Debbie Melvin 


Ballard 


Chris Goodwin 


Owen Co 


Anthony Reynolds 


6606 


Tom Williams 


Ky. Country Day 


Mark Stanck 


Bardstown 


Tom Williams 


Owensboro 


Don Crask/ 


6607 


Larry Wingfeld 


Larue Co. 


Billy Willian 


Bell Co 


John Brock 




Gloria Purcel 


7551 


Robert Wood 


Lawrence Co 


Brian Brown 


Bellevue 


Harold Stidham 


Owens Catholic 


Jim Ivey 




Jay Brewer 


Leslie Co 


Tim Koogler 


Berea 


Anthony Barsch 


Owsley Co 


Jamison Brunk 




Jim Glass 


Lewis Co. 


James Silvey 


Bethlehem 


Steve Hart 


Paducah Tilghman Cecil Ward 




James Mincey 


Lincoln Co 


Doug Preston 


Bishop Brossart 


Dave Schuh 


Paris 


Rob Massie 




Will Pagan 


Lou. Collegiate 


Ken Wempe 


Boone Co. 


Tim Schlotman 


Paul Blazer 


E. M Jenkins, Jr. 




Tom Pyles 


Ludlow 


Jay Brewer 


Boyd Co 


Bob Stacey 


Paul Dunbar 


Kathy Smith 




Hariey Trogdien 


Madison Central 


LIndsey Thunnan 


Boyle Co 


Jim Spears 


Pikeville 


Elizabeth White 




Rob Young 


Madison Southerr 


Ken Bicknell 


Breathitt Co 


Irton Spart(man 


Powell Co 


Ovie Hollon 






Madlsonville-NH 


Josh Wright 


Bryan Station 


Reba Woodall 


Pulaski Co 


Mari< Wilson 






Male 


John Conn 


Butler Co 


Christy Higdon 


Raceland 


Wendell Moms 






Marion Co 


Jim O'Hare 


Campt>ellsville 


Jeff Richardson 


Red Bird 


Bev Reitz 






Mason Co 


Mike Stanley 


Casey Co 


Randy Salyers 


Reidland 


Steve Traynham 






McCreary Centra 


Jim Huff 


Cavema 


Bryan Blankenship 


Riverside Christian Neal Butler 






McLean Co. 


Marshall Enoch 


Central 


Otis Ralston 


Rockcastle Co 


Tom Laricey 






Menifee Co. 


Ricky Prater 


Central Hardin 


J David Wolfe 


Russellville 


Matt Tipton 






Mercer Co. 


Bill Smith 


Clay Co 


Denver Word 


Sayre 


Mike Woodward 






Metcalfe Co 


Steven Rascoe 


Conner 


Faye Musselman 


Scott Co 


Rhonda Roe 






Montgomery Co. 


Arthur Williams 


Corbin 


Clyde Burchette 


Shawnee 


James Greer 




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Without Officials, Sports Wouldn't Exist 



by Dr. Thomas Tutko 

The following article appeared in the April 
1994 issue of the National Federation 
magazine. 

No system can exist without a set of 
rules and regulations. Regardless of how 
we feel about them, believe in them or 
even think they are fair and equitable, 
rules and regulations are critical. They 
represent the foundation. All systems 
have groups to enforce these regulations 
to make the system work. 

The sports world is a glaring example 
of this policy and the group designated 
to enforce the rules is the officials. With- 
out officials, sports would fail to exist. The 
official's responsibility is to ensure that 
each individual and team gets and op- 
portunity to perform their best within the 
rules and regulations. 

We have reached a strange cross- 
road in sports where limits are tested in 
almost every direction. Testing limits can 
be exciting when we are thinking of per- 
formance records, or interesting when we 
are thinking about attendance records, 
but when we get to testing rules and regu- 
lations as enforced by officials, we have 
taken a step in a direction that sincerely 
needs to be questioned. 

In the last several years, official bash- 
ing seems to be on the rise. Some 
coaches have developed a reputation for 
"getting on the officials" and even go so 
far as to draw in the crowd to join them. 
There are those coaches who try to ma- 
nipulate officials psychologically, hoping 
to gain that slight advantage when it 



comes to calling "close ones." 
There are even those who will 
attempt to create some form of 
intimidation in order to gain the 
advantage. 

Trying to intimidate an offi- 
cial may have some advan- 
tages. Consciously or uncon- 
sciously, an official may give the 
intimidators a slight edge. Be- 
ing an official is a strange activ- 
ity. The only way officials know 
they have done a good job is to 
be ignored. A good game is one 
without a fuss. This runs con- 
trary to what most of us call a 
rewarding job. On one level, of- 
ficials may be far more dedi- 




Referee Dick Morris and umpire/son Corky 
Morris talk to the captains during the 1994 Class 

cated to the sport than the fan, 4^ state championship game. 

coach or even player There are 



few rewards, minimal accolades, and the 
potential for great abuse. They have 
taken it upon themselves to be entrusted 
with the control of the game. They are to 
be saluted for assuming that responsibil- 
ity. 

For officials to be truly recognized, 
however, more needs to be done in the 
form of support In Japan, baseball play- 
ers bow to the umpire; in the United 
States we kick dirt on them. This is not to 
imply officials are always right, they never 
make mistakes or they are flawless. 

Being human, we are all subject to 
make mistakes. Regular scrutiny by peer 
and inspection committees help to mini- 
mize these. Close inspection of most of- 
ficials indicate the vast majority of the 
calls are in fact, correct Only a few calls 
can be considered questionable. 



Officials Re-registration 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association will mail out re-registration 
information to all officials this month. This registration period will run until June 
30. Officials registering after that date will be subject to a late penalty. 

Once again for 1995-96, the registration fee is $25 for the first sport, $15 for 
each additional sport Softball officials will notice that both slow pitch and fast 
pitch Softball are listed on the form. The sports are separate and will be treated 
likewise. 

The KHSAA utilizes a deadline of June 30 so that a complete listing of all 
officials can be compiled, printed and distributed when the new school year be- 
gins. If re-registration occurs after June 30, a $25 late fine will be assessed. 

Persons wishing to register for a first time in a new sport must contact the 
KHSAA at (606) 299-5472 for the proper forms. 

Did You Know... 

• The KHSAA registers and trains nearly 3,000 officials each year? 

• The KHSAA serves 284 member schools across Kentucky while also 

sanctioning out of state competition? 

• That there are more than 40,000 student-athletes participating in high school 

sports in Kentucky? 



Greater support needs to come in the 
form of more severe punishment for those 
who choose to threaten the game by dis- 
crediting the interpreter of the rules - the 
official. Longer suspensions, stiffer pen- 
alties and more severe reprimands are 
in order so that the official can know he/ 
she is supported. 

On a more subtle level, coaches and 
athletes who bash officials are subject- 
ing them to psychological abuse. To "get 
all over an official" is to say that person 
is either stupid, inept, biased or just plain 
cheating. This is perhaps the most hu- 
miliating part of being involved on this end 
of sports. 

From a psychological standpoint, of- 
ficial bashing provides an interesting in- 
sight into the coaches. One way of divert- 
ing the blame for poor performance from 
the individual, team or coach is to blame 
the official. This phenomenon, called dis- 
placement, shifts the burden from actual 
source to someone else Admittedly, the 
officials may make mistakes, but a 
chronic complainer is one who is not will- 
ing to assume responsibility. 

Everyone has a memory or two about 
an official. The called third strike that was 
debated, the catch that was inbounds that 
everyone thought was out of bounds, or 
the interference call that you felt was just 
too close to make such an important de- 
cision - are all memories that we can look 
back on and say "what if." What we might 
look back on instead is the person with 
the courage to take the game into his/ 
her hands and temporarily stop the game 
in order for it to be played fairty. Instead 
of bashing the individual, we ought to take 
a few minutes to admire and respect 
someone with those special qualities. 

We continually admire jocks and 
coaches; maybe it takes more to be an 
official. 



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Teams To Shoot Two On 10th Foul 

New Free Throw Rule Highlights 
Changes For 1995-96 Basketball 



KANSAS CITY -- Awarding two free 
throws for common fouls beginning with 
the 1 0th team foul in each half was among 
a number of rule changes approved by 
the National Federation Basketball Rules 
Committee March 26-27. 

Beginning next season, the bonus is 
still in effect for common fouls starting with 
the seventh team foul. But starting with 
the 10th team foul, two free throws will 
be awarded. 

"This places a greater penalty 
against teams that continuously foul at 
the end of the game and will hopefully 
discourage fouling that currently takes 
place during the last two or three min- 
utes of many games," said Rick Wulkow, 
chairman of the National Federation Bas- 
ketball Rules Committee and administra- 
tive assistant of the Iowa High School 
Athletic Association. "The new two free 
throws after the 10th foul was supported 
by two-thirds of the coaches, officials and 
state association personnel who re- 
sponded to the National Federation ques- 
tionnaire." 

Another rule change adopted by the 
committee stipulates that bench person- 
nel may not leave the confines of the 
bench during a fight. The committee es- 
tablished that one team technical foul is 
charged even if multiple violations occur. 
A technical foul is charged indirectly to 
the coach in this situation. 

If an individual participates (actually 
fights), then he or she is also disqualified 
and individual two-shot penalties will be 
awarded. 

"Bench personnel" includes every- 
one on the bench, including substitutes, 
statisticians, team managers and 
coaches. If any of those individuals leave 
the bench during a fight, it results in the 
disqualification of the offending individual. 
If the offending individual is a student, he 
or she must remain on the bench. If the 
offending individual is an adult, he or she 
must go to the locker room. 

"The committee also defined the term 
'fighting,"' said Dick Schindler, assistant 
director of the National Federation and 
editor of the high school basketball rules. 
"Fighting includes, but is not limited to: 
attempting to strike and opponent with 
arms, legs or feet; attempting to punch 
or kick an opponent, regardless if there 
is contact, or instigating a fight by com- 
mitting an act that causes an opponent 
to retaliate by fighting. It can be a 'live 
ball' or 'dead ball' situation." 



In other committee action, no free 
throw shall be attempted after time has 
expired at the end of the fourth quarter, 
or any extra period, unless the point{s) 
would affect the outcome of the game. 

The committee also revised Rule 9- 
9 to state that it is not a violation if a de- 
fensive player, who jumped from the 
frontcourt, secures control of the ball 
while both feet are off the floor and he or 
she returns to the floor with one or both 
feet in the backcourt. 

"This rule eliminates the 'over and 
back' call and rewards a good defensive 
play," Schindler said. "It is similar to the 
basic exceptions which exist for both 
teams on the 'jump ball' and 'throw-in' situ- 
ations." 

In an attempt to get intentional fouls 
called more consistently, the committee 
expanded the definition of "intentional 
foul" to read, "...the foul shall also be ruled 
intentional if, when playing the ball, a 
player causes excessive contact with an 
opponent." 

Among other rules revisions made by 
the committee were: 

• When play is resumed with a throw- 
in or free throw and three-tenths of a sec- 
ond or less remains on the clock, the 
player may not gain control of the ball and 



try for a goal. In this situation, a tap to- 
ward his or her basket could score. How- 
ever, this rule does not apply if the clock 
being used does not display time in tenth- 
of-second increments. 

• The use of tobacco, or smokeless 
tobacco, by players or any bench person- 
nel shall be a technical foul. 

• Deleted the two-foot center circle 
and jumpers requirement. 

• Deleted the requirement that offi- 
cials signal the point value of a success- 
ful free throw or two-point field goal (the 
point value of a successful three-point 
field goal, however, shall be signalled by 
the official). 

• The player's undershirt shall not 
have frayed or ragged edges. 

• Beginning in the year 2000, a team 
squad list shall not have both numbers 
"0" and "00". This rule change was made 
since most computers can't differentiate 
between the two. 

• Defined rebounding, obtaining and 
maintaining position. 

• Playing time and the number of 
quarters for non-varsity games may be 
reduced by mutual consent of opposing 
coaches 

• In games played in six-minute quar- 
ters, an overtime period shall be three 
minutes in length. In that way, such a 
game would have the same ratio as a 

(Continued, Next Page) 




Warren East's Jamie Britt was hammered on this play by IVIarion County's Tina 
Spalding during the 1995 Girls' Sweet 16. New rules regarding foul shots will 
take effect next season. 



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MAY-JUNE 1995 




1995 Baseball Alignment 



Region 1 

District 1: Heathi, Lone Oak, Paducati 

Tilghman, Reidland 

D. 2: Ballard Memorial, Graves Co., St. 

Mary 

D. 3; Carlisle Co., Fulton City, Fulton Co., 

Hickman Co. 

D. 4: Calloway Co., Marshall Co., 

Mayfield, Murray 

Region 2 

D. 5: Christian Co., Fort Campbell, 

Hopkinsville, Trigg Co., University 

Heights 

D. 6: Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co , 

Livingston Central, Lyon Co. 

D. 7: Dawson Springs, Madisonville-North 

Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

D. 8: Henderson Co., Providence, Union 

Co., Webster Co. 

Region 3 

D. 9: Apollo, Daviess Co., Owensboro, 

Owensboro Catholic 

D. 10: Butler Co., Muhlenberg North, 

Muhlenberg South 

D. 1 1 : Breckinridge Co., Frederick Fraize, 

Grayson Co., Hancock Co. 

D. 12: McLean Co., Ohio Co., Trinity 

Region 4 

D. 13: Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co., 
Russellville, Todd Co. Central 
D. 14: Bowling Green, Greenwood, War- 
ren Central, Warren East 
D. 15: Allen Co.-Scottsville, Barren Co., 
Edmonson Co., Glasgow 
D. 16: Clinton Co., Cumberland Co , 
Metcalfe Co., Monroe Co. 

Region 5 

D. 17: Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 

Knox, Meade Co., North Hardin 

D. 18: Caverna, Green Co., Hart Co., 

LaRue Co. 

D. 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson 

Co., Washington Co. 

D. 20: Adair Co., Campbellsville, Marion 

Co., Taylor Co. 

Region 6 

D. 21: Central, Portland Christian, 
Shawnee 

D. 22: Butler, Holy Cross (Louisville), 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Western 
D. 23: Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, Val- 
ley 

D. 24: DeSales, Evangel Christian, 
Iroquois, Southern 

Region 7 

D. 25: DuPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier 
D. 26: Atherton, Christian Academy, Sen- 
eca, Trinity (Louisville) 
D. 27: Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, 



Jeffersontown, Moore, Walden 
D. 28: Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky Coun- 
try Day, Waggener 

Region 8 

D. 29: Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, North 

Bullitt, Spencer Co. 

D. 30: Anderson Co., Eminence, Henry 

Co., Shelby Co 

D. 31: Carroll Co., Gallatin Co., Oldham 

Co., South Oldham, Trimble Co. 

D. 32: Grant Co., Owen Co., Scott Co., 

Walton-Verona, Williamstown 

Region 9 

D 33: Boone Co., Conner, Lloyd Memo- 
rial, Ryle, Simon Kenton, St. Henry 
D 34: Bellevue, Dayton, Holmes, New- 
port, Newport Central Catholic 
D. 35: Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., 
Highlands, Scott, Silver Grove 
D. 36: Beechwood, Covington Catholic, 
Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, Holy 
Cross (Co.), Ludlow, Villa Madonna 

Region 10 

D. 37: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., 

Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 

Co , Paris 

D. 38: Augusta, Bracken Co., Deming, 

Pendleton Co. 

D. 39: Fleming Co., Mason Co., St 

Patrick, Tollesboro 

D. 40: Bath Co., Estill Co., George Rogers 

Clark, Montgomery Co. 

Region 11 

D. 41: Frankfort, Franklin Co , Western 

Hills, Woodbridge, Woodford Co. 

D. 42: Lexington Catholic, Paul Dunbar, 

Lex. Christian, Sayre 

D. 43: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 

Lafayette, Tates Creek 

D. 44: Berea, Madison Central, Madison 

Southern, Model 

Region 12 

D. 45: Boyle Co., Casey Co., Danville, 

Garrard Co., Lincoln Co. 

D. 46: Burgin, Harrodsburg, Jessamine 

Co., Mercer Co. 

D. 47: McCreary Central, Monticello, 

Russell Co., Wayne Co. 

D. 48: North Laurel, Pulaski Co., 

Somerset, South Laurel, Southwestern 

Pulaski 

Region 13 

D. 49: Clay Co., Jackson Co., Oneida 
Baptist , Rockcastle Co. 
D. 50: Barboun/ille, Corbin, Knox Cen- 
tral, Lynn Camp, Whitley Co., 
Williamsburg 

D. 51: Bell Co., Middlesboro, Pineville, 
Red Bird 



D. 52: Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, 
Harlan 

Region 14 

D. 53: Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, June 

Buchanan, Letcher, Whitesburg 

D. 54: Buckhorn, Dilce Combs, Hazard, 

Leslie Co., M.C. Napier 

D 55: Breathitt Co., Cordia, Jackson City, 

Knott Co. Central, Riverside Christian 

D. 56: Lee Co., Owsley Co., Powell Co., 

Wolfe Co. 

Region 15 

D. 57: Johnson Central, Magoffin Co., 

Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

D. 58: Allen Central, Betsy Layne, 

Prestonsburg, South Floyd 

D. 59: Millard, Pike Co. Central, Pikeville, 

Shelby Valley 

D. 60: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, 

Phelps 

Region 16 

D 61 : Menifee Co., Morgan Co., Rowan 

Co. 

D, 62: East Carter, Lewis Co , West 

Carter 

D 63: Fairview, Greenup Co., Raceland, 

Russell 

D. 64: Boyd Co , Lawrence Co., Paul 

Blazer 

Basketball Rules 

From Page 20 

game with eight-minute quarters and a 
four-minute overtime period. 

• No player in a marked lane space 
shall fake to cause an opponent to vio- 
late. 

"The major concerns of the commit- 
tee in which no rules were changed have 
been expressed in the adoption of the 
points of emphasis for the 1995-96 sea- 
son," Wulkow said. "The points of empha- 
sis, which will be discussed at rules clin- 
ics prior to the season, will be: rough play, 
swinging arms and elbows, loose ball 
contact: objectionable, visible body mark- 
ings and body decorations on players, 
and intentional fouls. Hopefully, such 
emphasis will call attention to these prob- 
lem areas and reduce some of the 
committee's concerns. 

Basketball is the second-most popu- 
lar high school sport for boys with 530,068 
participants - and the most popular in 
terms of school sponsorship with 1 6,451 
schools offering the sport - according to 
the 1993-94 high school athletics partici- 
pation survey. It is the No. 1 sport for girls 
in both categories, with 412,576 partici- 
pants in 16,016 schools. 



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21 



MAY- JUNE 1995 



OPEN DATES - JOB OPENINGS 



FOOTBALL 



Apollo 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Willis McClure 
(502)685-3121 

Ashland 

Sept. 15, 1995 

Sept. 13, 1996 

Sept. 27, 1996 
Contact Jerry Umberger 
(606) 327-2790 

Brentwood Academy (TN) 

Aug. 25, 1995 
(615)373-0611 

Cincinnati St. Xavier (1,400) 

Sept. 6, 1996 
Contact Steve Rasso 
(513)761-7600 

Christian County 

Sept. 22, 1995 
Contact Dan Goble 
(502)887-1100 

Hopklnsville 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Craig Clayton 
(502)887-1200 



Knott Co. Central 

Sept. 29, 1995(H) 
Contact Jay Cobb 
(606) 785-0733 

Princeton (IN) (3A) 
N. Evansville 

Oct. 13, 1995 
Contact Pat Malone 
(812)385-2591 

Russell County 

Oct. 6, 1995 
Contact Rodney Johnson 
(502) 866-5929 

Ryle 

Aug. 25, 1995 
Contact Ctiarles Holland, A.D. 
(606) 384-4837 



VACANCIES 



Girls' Basketball Coach Needed 

Grayson County High School 
Contact Arnold Hack, Prin. 
(502) 259-4078 

Girls' Basketball Coach Needed 

George Rogers Clark High School 
Contact Donald W. Pace, SI 
(606) 744-4545 
Deadline ~ June 7, 1995 



Boys' Basketball Coach Needed 

Glasgow High School 

Send resume to: 

BoE, PO Box 1239, Glasgow, KY 

42142 

Deadline - June 2, 1995 



BASKETBALL 



Boyd County 

need teams for tourney 

Dec. 20-23, 1995 

(8-team, single elimination) 
Contact David Bayes, AD. 
(606) 928-3002 or 
Coach Roger Zornes 928-1819 

Fleming County 

Dec. 1, 1995 

Jan. 2, 19, 23,26, 30, 1996 
Contact Gene Peterson 
(606) 845-6601 

Highlands 

Dec. 5, 12, 15, 1995 
Contact John Messmer 
(606)781-3333 

Pulaski County 

Dec. 12, 15, 1995 

Feb. 9, 13, 1996 
Contact Dave Fraley 
(606) 679-5507 



GIRLS BASKETBALL 



Urbana High School (OH) 

near Dayton 

needs one team for Christmas 
Tourney Dec. 27-28, 1995 

Contact Bill Moss 

(513)653-1482 



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Lafayette 

Sept. 28, 1995 
Oct. 12 or 14, 1995 

Contact Karen Vanover 

(606) 281-0300 



Thomas, Figgs Lead Kentucky All-Stars 



The annual Kentucky-Indiana All-Star basketball series will 
tip-off on June 1 7 at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis. The 
girls' will play at 5;05 p.m. followed by the boys' game at 8:05 
p.m. At the same times on the following Saturday, June 24, the 
series will return to Lexington's Memorial Coliseum. It will be 
the first time the event has been held in Lexington since 1985. 

Rosters for the Kentucky teams are as follows: 




Charles Thomas led Harlan 
to the sem is of the Sweet 1 6 
this season en route to earn- 
ing Mr. Basketball honors. 
He'll lead the Kentucky 
boys' all-stars next month. 

22 



Scott County's Ukari Figgs 
has signed to play at Purdue 
next season but first she'll 
represent the Bluegrass 
State in the Kentucky-Indi- 
ana All-Star series. 



Boys (School) 

Charles Thomas (Harlan) 

Charles Taylor (PRP) 

Frank Lee (Boyd Co.) 

Adam Mattingly (Breck Co.) 

VonDale Morton (Lex. Catholic) 

Billy Ray Fawns (Montgomery Co.) 

Will Carlton (Anderson Co.) 

Todd Cox (Harlan) 

Pat Critchelow (Breck Co.) 

Wayne Poynter (Warren Central) 

Joe Harney (Gov. Holy Cross) 

Alternates: Scott Gradney (Ballard) and Unas Washington 

(Bryan Station). Coach: Mike Reitz (Harrison Co.) Asst: Dale 

Mabrey (PRP) 



Ht 


College Choice 


6-4 


Minnesota 


5-10 


Louisville 


6-2 


Marshall 


6-4 


undecided 


6-6 


Marshall 


6-8 


undecided 


6-8 


undecided 


6-8 


VCU 


6-0 


Ky. Wesleyan 


6-2 


undecided 


6-4 


W. Kentucky 



Girls (School) 


Ht. 


College Choice 


Ukari Figgs (Scott Co.) 


5-9 


Purdue 


Brigette Howard (Marshall Co.) 


5-5 


undecided 


Melissa Conner (Nelson Co.) 


5-9 


Bellarmine 


Sarah Higgins (Logan Co.) 


5-9 


Murray St, 


Shea Lunsford (Jackson Co.) 


6-2 


W. Kentucky 


Kristy Murphy (Marion Co.) 


6-1 


. Bellarmine 


Marcia Webb (Bryan Station) 


6-1 


Kentucky 


Marrita Porter (Butler) 


6-0 


Ohio St. 


Bradie Bowen (Grant Co.) 


5-9 


Morehead St. 


Gwen Cowan (Pulaski Co.) 


5-11 


Cumberland 


Carrie Bridgeman (0. Catholic) 


5-11 


Ky. Wesleyan 


Alternates: Lisa Mason (Bullitt 


East) and 


Sonya Thompson 


(Russellville). Coach: Mina T 


odd (Ohio 


Co.) Asst: Jerry 


Troutman (Bullitt East) 








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HEADS UP! 

Matt Ellis ( 1 2) and Scooter Green (8) of Montgomery County attempt to head this shot during the 1 994 Boys' State Soccer 
Championship despite the efforts of a St. Xavier player. St. Xavier defeated the Indians 2-0. 




KISS OF SUCCESS 

Dean Hobbs, who coached Breckinridge County to the state championship, took this moment to fulfill a promise following 
the trophy presentation at Rupp Arena. Hobbs stepped out on top, retiring the following week after a long career coaching 
high school basketball in Kentucky. 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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1994-95 KHSAA Championship Review 



BASEBALL 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


BASKETBALL 




Girls' 


Scott County 


Boys' 


Breckinridge County 


CROSS COUNTRY 




Girls' 




A Individual 


Andrienna Lima (St. Mary) 


A Team 


St. Mary 


2A Individual 


Christi B. Johnson (Hart County) 


2A Team 


Western Hills 


3A Individual 


Ractiel Sanford (Pulaski Souttiwestern) 


3A Team 


Sacred Heart 


Boys' 




A Individual 


Bo Alexander (Hickman County) 


A Team 


St. Henry 


2A Individual 


Ttiomas Murley (Eiizabettitown) 


2A Team 


Covington Cattiolic 


3A Individual 


Cliarlie Moore (Daviess County) 


3A Team 


St. Xavier 


FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 


Reidland 


FOOTBALL 




Class A 


Beechwood 


Class AA 


Danville 


Class AAA 


Covington Cattiolic 


Class AAAA 


Trinity 


GOLF 




Girls' Individual 


Sharon Park (Henry Clay) 


Girls' Team 


Somerset 


Boys' Individual 


Derrick Centers (Somerset) 


Boys' Team 


Somerset 


SOCCER 




Girls' 


Male 


Boys' 


St. Xavier 


SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 


Apollo 


SWIMMING 




Girls' 


Sacred Heart 


Boys' 


St. Xavier 


Combined 


Highlands 


TENNIS 




Girls' Singles 


Jackie Trail (Reidland) 


Girls' Doubles 


Janet Baker/Katie Kerr (Henry Clay) 


Boys' Singles 


Trey Eubanks (Ky. Country Day) 


Boys' Doubles 


Luke Woodward/Rob Pierce (Daviess Co.) 


Girls' Team 


Lone Oak 


Boys' Team 


Ballard 


TRACK 




Class A Girls' 


Dayton 


Class AA Girls' 


Ft. Campbell 


Class AAA Girls' 


Valley 


Class A Boys' 


Trigg County 


Class A A Boys' 


Ft. Campbell 


Class AAA Boys' 


Male 


VOLLEYBALL 


Notre Dame 


WRESTLING 


Sheldon Clark 



Contents 



8 
16 
24 
38 



Basketball 

Results of both Sweet 
Sixteen Tournaments. 



Football 

All four state ctiampions 
and results from the entire 
postseason schedule. 



Pictorial 

Exciting action shots from 
the different state 
tournaments in 1994-95. 



Track 

Complete results from each 
class at the '95 meet 



On The Cover 



(Top) Covington Catholic's Kevin 
Cogswell raised the state trophy in victory 
after the Colonels held Bowling Green in the 
closing seconds of the Class AAA 
championship football game. (Bottom Left) 
Pat Cntchelow acknowledged the crowd of 
nearly 10,000 Breckinridge County fans on 
hand to witness the Tigers win their first 
state championship since their last trip 30 
years ago. (Bottom Right) Reidland 
celebrated in winning the first Fast Pitch 
State Softball Championship in Kentucky. 
The game ended a tumultuous first year of 
implementation for the now popular sport. 



FINAL RESULTS 1994-95 



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Brooks Downing, the 
Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association's Sports Information 
Director since 1992, resigned his 
position on June 23, 1995. 

Downing left the KHSAA after 
accepting a job as the Assistant Media 
Relations Directorforthe University of 
Kentucky. At UK, he will be responsible 
for all media relations efforts for the 
men's basketball team. 

At the KHSAA, the Lexington 
native directed all publicity efforts for 
the Association's 284 member schools 
while handling media relations for 13 
prep sports and all 16 championship 
events, including the Girls' and Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen Basketball Tourn- 
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and weekly media releases, as well as 
numerous other publications and 
projects produced by the KHSAA. 

Prior to joining the Association, 
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Ledford. He was also a sportswriter 
and assistant editor for Cawood On 
Kentucky, a weekly fan magazine 
dedicated to UK athletics, while serving 
as an assistant editor for two of 
Ledford's top-selling books. 

He has also served as editor 
of Kyle Macy's High School Basketball 
Yearbook and the Minute Mart 
Scouting Report, a twice-monthly 
report covering college basketball in 
Kentucky and Tennessee. 

A 1988 graduate of UK in Tele-\ 
communications. Downing served a 
graduate internship in the UK Athletics 
Department from 1988-90, where he 
assisted in sports information for all 1 7 
varsity sports. 

He has also been a high school 
and college football official since 1 984, 
and as a member of the Mid South 
Football Conference, officiated the 
1994 NAIA Division I National 
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SEMIFINALS 






SEMIFINALS 




1995 CHAMPIONSHIP 








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Mntgmrydh3 1 1 


Campbell c 2 


2 


Tichenorcf 4 


Fremn p^lb 4 4 3 


Mntmry 3b 3 10 Freemn lb 3 





1 





Bums 3b/ss3 1 1 


Sumner 3b 4 


1 2 


Plottsib 2 


floods 


Burns ss 3 110 Moran p 3 





1 


1 


Hilpplb 4 10 


Little Rg rf/p3 





Drydendh 2 10 


Moran Ib/p 3 


Hilpplb 3 110 Walton ss 3 











Shubert If 4 1 


Vamey c 1 





Kruthoffr3b2 


Walton ss 2 10 


Shubert If 3 1 Wade 2b 3 











Mellon c 4 11 


Sizemore 1 b3 


1 2 


Greenbrg c 1 


Wade 2b 3 110 


Melton c 3 2 1 FerstI 3b 2 











Minlordh/3 1 


Little Rd p/rf2 





Emstc 


Ferstl3b 3 110 


Joyner Price If 2 











Williams 3b 1 1 


Combs rf 2 


1 2 1 


Pmittc 10 10 


Pncelf 2 110 


Williams dh 3 1 1 Brown cf 2 











McGvrn 3b 1 


Bamett cf 4 


2 


Ramos rf 3 1 


Brown cf 2 


Harpdh Totals 24 


1 


3 


1 


Wfms B rf 110 


Fugate If 2 





McCmick If 1 


Gleitzcf 10 11 


Willms B rf 3 








Tiesing 


Totals 31 


5 9 4 


Hellardlf 10 


Totals 26 7 12 6 


Bishop p 








Hoover 






Prolhrolf 




Totals 29 2 8 2 








Bshop 






Myattp 












Totals 27 7 8 6 






Rapier p 
Havens p 




PRP 000 101 0" 

Bowllng Green 100 000 0- 


2 
1 


8 
3 



3 


PRP 


012 103 0- 


7 8 5 


HeweH p 




E~Freeman 2, Walton LOB-PRP 6, BG 2; 2B- 1 1 


Hazard 


002 002 1- 


5 9 3 


Totals 23 1 5 1 




Mellon, Williams, CS-Jarboe, Shubert 






1 


E--Bums, Jarboe, Mel on. Shubert 2. K Combs. 






IP H R ER 


BB SO II 


Rd Liltle. Sumner; DP- 


-PRP 1 LOB - 


PRP 6. 


Lex. Catholic 


000 000 1~ 15 


PRP 








HHS 9. 2B--Mellon, Fellner. Sizemore 3B- 


Bowling Green 


130 120 X" 7 12 


Bishop W (12-0) 7,0 3 1 1 







9 


Burdon; SB--Burdon 2 


HiIpp, Jarboe, 


Barnett. 


DP - LC 1 LOB- 


LC 8, BG 7. 2B-Ferstl, 


Bowling Green 








Sizemore; OS - Burdon 


Shubert SH - 


Vi/illiams; 


Freeman, SB~Burkley 


2, Ernst, Lanham, CS~ 


Moran L (6-1) 7,0 8 2 1 







4 


SF - Montgomery, 






Burkley, Freeman, Walton, SH-Krulhoffer, 










IP 


H R ER 


BB SO 


Lanham, 




WP-Moran 2, PB-Mellon. 








PRP 






IP 


H R ER BB SO 


Attendance: 2,000; T-1 :44 








Tiesing W (10-1) 5.0 


7 4 3 


2 5 


Lexington Catholic 












Hoover 1.2 


1 1 1 


2 3 


MyattL(8-2) 1,2 


5 4 4 3 










Bishop 8(2) 0,1 
Hazard 


1 


1 


Rapier 2 1 
Havens 1,0 


3 110 
3 2 2 2 










Little Rod L (8-2) 5 1 


7 7 4 


4 6 


Hewett 1,0 


10 










Little Rog 1 2 


1 


1 


Bowling Green 












Vamey 








Freeman W (9-2) 6 2 


5 113 8 










HBP- B Williams, PRP; Umpires - A 
B Bradley, K Shartzer J Brown 


Strain, 


Woods 
Moran 0,1 














T~2:25 






WP-Rapier; HBP-Plotts, Ernst, Burkley. 
















T~2:00 








— 





1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 

BASEBALL 



7 



1995 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 




Front Row: (L-R) Clarence Williams, Matt Jarboe, Brad Burns, Eric Burden, Steve Brown, Eric Bishop, TJ 
Freeman, Gillie Melton, Brett Lanham, Daniel Moran. 



1995 All-Tournament Team 


Pitcher 




Eric Bishop 


PRP 


Relief Pitcher 




Daniel IVIoran 


BG 


Catcher 




Louis Melton 


PRP 


First Base 




TJ Freeman 


BG 


Second Base 




Matt Jarboe 


PRP 


Shortstop 




Brad Burns 


PRP 


Third Base 




Steve Sumner 


Hazard 


Jay Kruthoffer 


Lex. Catholic 


Outfield 




Eric Burdon 


PRP 


Steve Brown 


BG 


Brett Lanham 


BG 


Designated Hitter 


Clarence Williams PRP 



CHAMPS AGAIN 

The Pleasure Ridge 
Park Panthers became 
only the fifth team in 
Kentucky prep history 
to repeat as state 
baseball champs. 
Last year, the Louis- 
ville school defeated 
Corbin 10-8 for the 
title. This year, PRP 
defeated Bowling 
Green 2-1 in a 
pitchers duel. 



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8 



ATHLETE 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

March 22-25, 1995 • Famham Dudgeon Civic Center' Frankfort, Kentucky 

SCOTT COUNTY LADY CARDINALS 




Front Row: (L-R) Valerie Sams, Tessa Rutledge, Rebecca Etherington, Ukari Figgs, Rebecca White, Sara Wood, 
Patrina Coleman; Back row: Coach Rains, Lori Webb, Liz Towles, Camille Cooper, Ashley Wall, Nicey Brown, 
Coach Wayne Atkins 



CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 






















Scott County 68 














Player 


min 


fg-a 


3tg 


a 


ft 


a 


rb 


a 


pf 


tp 






While 


27 


2-4 





2 





1 


7 


1 


1 


4 






Towles 


25 


6-7 








1 


1 


6 








13 






Cooper 


23 


9-10 








3 


3 


7 





3 


21 






Wood 


27 


2-10 


2 


8 


3 


5 


5 


2 


1 


9 






Figgs 


28 


5-11 








A 


6 


5 


11 


3 


14 






Coleman 


11 


2-3 








1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 




^^I^^^^f ^^'Z^ ^^^^^^^^^1 


Webb 


6 


0-1 











2 


2 





2 









Sams 


6 


0-1 














2 





1 









Wall 


3 


1-1 














1 








2 






Ramsey 


2 


0-2 














1 















Rulledge 


2 


0-1 






























Team 










4 










^^^^^^^^^^K^^m .^ S^ tf^ h^ 


Totals 


160 


27-51 


2-10 


12-20 


42 


16 


13 


68 




^^■r^CO>J 




P 


ulask 


County 45 














Player 


min 


fg-a 


3fg-a 


ft-a 


rb 


a 


pf 


tp 




^'^^^■mi «# tfl 


Speaks 


28 


2-6 


2 


6 








1 


2 


4 


6 




T a^^^^^A C fl 


Cowan 


29 


7-1 


9 


3 


4 


1 


2 


4 


1 





18 




w i.^^HH^^^^^^^^LS' ^H 


Martin 


21 


2 


3 














3 





1 


4 


c 




Baker 


29 


2 


9 


1 


5 








1 


5 


1 


5 


□1 




Smilh 


12 





4 





3 








1 


2 


1 





5 




Cornell 


12 





2 








2 


2 


2 


1 


3 


2 


o 




Hellon 


9 


1 


4 











1 


2 





4 


2 


£ 




Caldwell 


A 





1 














2 











-> 




Biggerstaff Sa 3 





1 














1 





1 





n 




Biggerstaff S 


3 


1 


2 





1 








1 


1 





2 


2 




Hurl 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


3 


4 











6 


o 


^^^■l^w^ m 


Edwards 


3 


























1 





Q. 




Pralher 


2 




































Brown 
Phelps 


1 
1 







-0 




































UKARI FIGGS 


Team 










4 










Scott County 


Totals 


160 


16-53 


7-20 


6-9 


22 


12 


16 


45 
























SWEET 16 


Pulaski County 
Scott County 




A 

18 




7 
2 


2 

1 


5 


13 
13 




— 45 

— 68 




MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 



FG Sliooting: PC 30 2, SC 52 9, FT Shooting: PC 66 7. 
SC 60 Turnovers SC 16 (Towles 1, Cooper 2, Wood 3, 
Figgs 5, Sams 1, Wall 1, Ramsey 2, Rutledge 1). PC 16 
(Speaks 2, Cowan 4, Martin 1. Baker 3, Smith 2, Cornell 1, 
Caldwell 1, Edwards 1. Brown 1) Officials: Tommy Hutlon. 
David Hale Attendance -3,102 



STATE TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

First Round 
Clark Co. 46, Ashland 33 
Scott Co. 48, Union Co. 40 
Jackson Co. 55, Johnson Central 46 
Lou. Holy Cross 57, Sacrecd Heart 45 
Graves Co. 47, Hazard 42 
Apollo 58, Highlands 43 
Marion Co. 61 , Warren East 52 
Pulaski Co. 54, Woodford Co. 45 

Quarterfinals 
Scott Co. 35, Clark Co. 29 
Lou. Holy Cross 53, Jackson Co. 39 
Graves Co. 55, Apollo 48 
Pulaski Co, 74, Marion Co. 67 

Semifinals 
Scott Co. 63, Lou. Holy Cross 44 
Pulaski Co. 50, Graves Co. 41 

Championship 
Scott Co. 68, Pulaski Co. 45 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 



9 

• • • 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 

March 15-18, 1995 • Rupp Arena • Lexington, Kentucky 

BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FIGHTING TIGERS 



rs^ Q n ^ '■ ^ ^ ' 




■ ^ -h ■ /^ 







Front row: (l-r) Mgr Kenny Mattlngly, Bradley Payne, Pat Critchelow, Brad Carby, Jeremy Burnett, Brandon Taul, 
Leonard Mitchell; Back row: Jared Whitworth, Carl Williams, Jay Sills, Anthony Walker, Adam Mattingly, Jon 
Calisi, Matt Mattingly. 



CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 
















Pleasure 


Ridge 


Park 63 








Player 


min 


fg-a 


3tg-a 


(t-a 


rb 


a 


pf 


IP 


Nelson 


24 


8- 


6 


0-2 


4 


4 


5 


1 


1 


20 


Hoover 


13 


2 


4 


0-0 


3 


6 


8 





3 


7 


Lockhart 


15 





4 


0-0 


4 


4 


7 


1 


3 


4 


Taylor C 


29 


5 


3 


3-8 








3 


5 


4 


13 


Taylor D 


15 





1 


0-0 


1 


3 





1 


2 


1 


Ivory 


21 


2 


9 


0-4 


1 


2 


4 


1 


2 


5 


Mims 


12 


1 


2 


0-0 








3 





1 


2 


Bedford 


6 


1 


1 


0-0 


1 


1 











3 


Fey 


9 





2 


0-0 


3 


4 


1 





3 


3 


McGovern 


14 


2 


5 


1-4 








1 





1 


5 


Team 










2 








Totals 


160 


21-57 


4-18 


17-24 


34 


9 


20 


63 




Brecklnri 


dge County 70 








Player 


min 


tg-a 


3fg-a 


ft 


a 


rb 


a 


P' 


tP 


Whitwonh 


22 


2-2 


0-0 


2 


2 


4 


3 


5 


6 


Sills 


32 


8-17 


1-3 


2 


2 


5 


3 


4 


19 


Mattingly A 


27 


9-13 


0-0 


1 


2 


9 


3 


3 


19 


Payne 


31 


22 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 


3 


3 


7 


Critchelow 


32 


5-8 


1-1 


4 


6 


4 


4 


4 


15 


Williams 


13 


2-3 


0-0 

















4 


Calisi 


3 


0-0 


0-0 




















Mattingly M 


1 


0-0 


0-0 




















Team 










4 








Totals 


160 


28-45 


3-5 


11-14 


23 


16 


19 


70 


Pleasure Ridge Park 12 


15 


11 


25 





~ 63 


Breckinridge 


County 


19 


14 


1 


3 


19 





— 70 




FG Shooting PRP 36 8, BC 62 2, FT Shooting PRP70 8, 
BC 78 6 Turnovers PRP 1 4 (Hoover 1 , Lockhart 1 , C Taylor 
5, D Taylor 1. Ivory 2, Mims 1, Fey 2, McGovem 1). BC 16 
(Whitworth 3, Sills 2, A Mattingly 4, Critchelow 4, Williams 1 ) 
Officials: Glenn Brown, Roger Cross Attendance ~ 15,965. 



PATRICK CRITCHELOW 
Breckinridge County 

SWEET 16 
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 



STATE TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

First Round 
Scott Co. 60, Wayne Co. 53 
Breckinridge Co. 62, Franklin Co. 56 
St. Xavier 75, Greenwood 62 
Marshall Co. 76, Simon Kenton 70 01 
Pleasure Ridge Park 58, MC Napier 55 
Montgomery Co. 78, Paintsville 71 01 
Harlan 57, Adair Co. 54 
University Heights 64, Boyd Co. 60 

Quarterfinals 
Breckinridge Co, 79, Scott Co. 59 
Marshall Co. 77, St. Xavier 67 
PRP 66, Montgomery Co. 50 
Harlan 60, UHA48 

Semifinals 
Breckinridge Co. 68, Marshall Co. 39 
PRP 81, Harlan 74 



Championship 
Breckinridge Co. 70, PRP 63 



^994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



10 

• • • 



ATHLETE 

BASKETBALL 




1995 All-Tournament Team 

Girls 

Front Row: (L-R) Jan Vaughn (Clark 
Co.), Amy Buchanan (Graves Co.), 
Christ! Hester (Lou. Holy Cross), 
Heather Baker (Pulaski Co.), Becky 
Canter (Graves Co.), Ukari Figgs (Scott 
Co.). Back Row: Natalie Powers 
(Apollo), Camille Cooper (Scott Co.), 
Shea Lunsford (Jackson Co.), Kristy 
Murphy (Marion Co.), Gwen Cowan 
(Pulaski Co.). 



1995 All-Tournament Team 

Boys 

Front Row: (L-R) Gilwan Nelson (PRP), 
Casey Lester (Harlan), Charles Taylor 
(PRP), Patrick Critchelow (Breck Co.), 
Jay Sills (Breck Co.), Back Row: Todd 
Cox (Harlan), Dan Langhi (Marshall Co.), 
Billy Ray Fawns (Montgomery Co.), 
Adam Mattingly (Breck Co.), Jeremy 
Story (Marshall Co.). 




1995 BOYS' ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 


1995 GIRLS- ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 


1995 AWARD RECIPIENTS 
Girls 
JB Mansfield Award 


Lamont Barnes 


UHA 


Heather Baker 


Pulaski Co. 


Todd Cox 


Harlan 


Amy Buchanan 


Graves Co. 


Liz Towles, Scott County 


Pat Critchelow (MVP) 


Breckinridge Co. 


Becky Canter 


Graves Co. 


Dawahares Scholarship 


Billy Ray Fawns 


Montgomery Co. 


Camille Cooper 


Scott Co. 


Misty Smith, Pulaski County 


Dan Langhi 


Marshall Co. 


Gwen Cowan 


Pulaski Co. 


SuperAmerica Scholarship 


Casey Lester 


Harlan 


Ukari Figgs (MVP) 


Scott Co. 


Christy Spurlock, Jackson County 


Adam Mattingly 


Breckinridge Co. 


Christi Hester 


Lou. Holy Cross 


Kroger/Frankfort Committee Scholarship 


Gilwan Nelson 


PRP 


Shea Lunsford 


Jackson Co. 


Amy Buchanan, Graves County 


Jay Sills 


Breckinridge Co. 


Kristy Murphy 


Marion Co. 


Boys 


Jeremy Story 


Marshall Co. 


Natalie Powers 


Apollo 


Ted Sanford Award 


Charlie Taylor 


PRP 


Jan Vaughn 


Clark Co. 


Patrick Critchelow, Breckinridge County 


Charles Thomas 


Harlan 


Jaime Walz 


Highlands 


Dawahares' Scholarship 

Nathan Blanton, Harlan 
SuperAmerica Scholarship 
Kyle Dick, Wayne County 



ATHLETE 



11 



GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 



1994 Class A Champion 

ANDRIENNA LIMA 
St. Mary 



1994 Class A A Champion 

CHRISTI B. JOHNSON 
Hart County 



1994 Class AAA Champion 

RACHEL SANFORD 
Pulaski Southwestern 




Kentucky Horse Park 
November 5, 1994 

GirisA 

4,000 Meters 

Team: 1 St Mary 61 ; 2 St Henry 67; 3 Ft Knox 84; 

4 Owen Co 169, 5 Hickman Co 176, 6 Green Co. 
205; 7 Berea 213; 8 Dayton 226; 9 Henry Co 230; 
1 Caverna 230, 1 1 Walton-Verona 240; 1 2 Webster 
Co 269; 1 3 Frankfort 281 , 14 Danville 326; 15. Soutti 
Hopkins 366, 16 Oneida Baptist 448; 17. Paintsville 
467; 18. Riverside Ctiristian 540 

Individual: 1 Andrienna Lima, St. Mary, 14:57 8; 2. 
Casey Salzer, St Henry, 15:16 3; 3 Dana Gilreath, 
Williamsburg, 1521 6; 4. Aubrey Durbin, St. Mary, 
15:24 3; 5 Allison Aboud, Ky Country Day. 15:27.9; 
6 Dusty Ttiompson, Green Co , 15:30.9; 7. Tabitha 
Smith, Dayton, 15:37.1; 8. Erica Horton, Caverna, 
15:37.7, 9 Laura Boyd, Green Co , 15:39.2; 10, Sara 
Ann Robinson, St Camillus, 15:40.4; 11 Lisa Coo- 
per, Ft Knox, 15 412, 12 Jessica Goodman, Hickman 
Co., 15 42 8, 13. Hannah Jirak, Lexington Christian, 
15:46 8; 14 Megan Hoffman, Owsley Co., 15:47.4; 
15 Taryn Pence, Ludlow, 15 53 0; 16 Kate Staton, 
St Henry, 15 53 6, 17 Leah Chapman, Providence, 
15 57 1, 18 Laura Brammell, Lexington Christian, 
15:59.3; 19 Enn Fields, Ft Knox, 16:00.3, 20. Laura 
Bohanon, St Mary. 16:04 1 21 ElliePetzinger,Owen 
Co , 16 04 7, 22 Jessica Bishop, St Henry, 16:06 0; 
23 Brandi Cecil, Hancock Co , 16 068; 24 Erin 
Bryla, Ft Knox, 16:12.1; 25 Ariane Saint-Jacques, 
St. Mary, 16:13 8 

Girls AA 
4,000 Meters 
Team: 1 Western Hills 68; 2 Notre Dame 80; 3. Paul 
Blazer 129, 4 Russell 162; 5 Elizabethtown 165; 6. 
South Oldham 170; 7 Owensboro 186; 8. Dixie Heights 
187, 9 Warren East 187, 10 Greenwood 202; 11. 
Highlands 223; 1 2 Hart Co 229; 13 Barren Co 299; 
14 Clay Co 360, 15 Madison Southern 385 

Individual: 1 Christi B Johnson, Hart Co , 14:43 2; 
2 Kerry Wilson, Oldham Co , 14:54.7, 3 Anna Ryan, 
Scott, 14:55 6, 4 Jenny Koch, Western Hills, 15:1 1 7; 

5 Bessie Black, Scott, 15:14 8; 6 Susan Ferguson, 
Paul Blazer, 15:15 5, 7. Beth Tanner, Simon Kenton, 
15:20 4; 8 Marie Perry, Western Hills, 15:22.8; 9. 
Jordan Strait, Russell, 15:23.3; 10. Cara Nichols, 
Elizabethtown, 15:24 0; 11. Jessie Wilder, Woodford 
Co , 15:26.5; 12 Janell Kelly, Logan Co , 15:38.8; 13. 
Jessica Southers, Paul Blazer, 15:40 8; 14. Terribeth 
Brunker, Harrison Co, 15:41 2, 15 Marci Logan, 
Allen Co Scottsville, 1541.9, 16 Kelli Tweedy, War- 
ren East, 15:46.5, 17 Leslie Meyrose, Notre Dame, 
15:50 2, 18 Chastity Story, Warren East, 15:51.9:19. 
Catoyia Brown, Owensboro, 15:53.1; 20. Jenny 
Durrett, Notre Dame, 1 5:54 2; 21 Holly Higgins, High- 
lands, 15:54 5; 22 Jamie Meyer, South Oldham, 
15:57.6; 23. Nikki Young, Paul Blazer, 15:59.1; 24. 
Casey Sondgerath, Notre Dame, 16:00 5; 25. Molly 
Wallace, Greenwood, 16:02 6 

Girls AAA 
4,000 Meters 
Team: 1 Sacred Heart 52; 2 Campbell Co. 93; 3 
Daviess Co 96; 4 Henderson Co 120; 5 Apollo 139; 
6. Pulaski Southwestern 166; 7. Shelby Co. 240; 8 
Central Hardin 242; 9. Bell Co. 246; 10. Ballard 247: 
1 1 . Holmes 278, 1 2 Seneca 283; 1 3. Mercy Academy 
316; 14 Pulaski Co. 324; 15. Paul L. Dunbar 360; 16. 
Southern 490 

Individual: 1. Rachel Sanford, Pulaski Southwest- 
ern, 14:40.4; 2. Kristi Crush, Sacred Heart, 14:50.3; 3. 
Andrea Doogs, Central Hardin, 15: 12.8; 4. Kim Shoe- 
maker, George Rogers Clark, 15:15.7; 5. Amber 
Schwandner, Eastern, 15:19 4; 6. Amanda Jenkins, 
Campbell Co., 15:20.2, 7. Natalie Scruggs, Pulaski 
Co., 15:22.7; 8. Julieanne Wilkening, Sacred Heart, 
15:24.4; 9. Sydney Geotz, Apollo, 15:28.2; 10. Chris- 
tina Morris, Sacred Heart, 1 5:30.3; 11 . Brynn Browder, 
Henderson Co., 15:31.5; 12. Amanda Lynch, Ballard, 
15:32.5; 13. Sara Graybill, Daviess Co., 15:34 2; 14. 
Amy Fraze, Sacred Heart, 15:36.0; 15. Tracy Keller, 
Daviess Co., 15:36.9; 16. Emily Bun-oughs, Apollo, 
15:37.6; 17. Stacy Wilson, Campbell Co., 15:42.0; 18. 
AnnaAdams.DaviessCo. 15:42.3; 19. JenniterHibbs, 
Daviess Co., 15:45.4; 20. Kuluna Masden, Seneca, 
15:46.4; 21. Christy Helton, Campbell Co , 15:47.5; 
22. Lisa Cummins, DuPont Manual, 15:49.1; 23. 
Sheena Glenn, Grayson Co., 1 5:50.0; 24. Angle Lee, 
Grayson Co., 15:50.9; 25. Allison Brock, Bell Co., 
15:51.8 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



12 



ATHLETE 

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 




CLASS A CHAMPIONS 



ST. MARY 



Front Row: (L-R) Aubrey Durbin, 
Adrlenne Lima, Laura Bohanon, Jackie 
Kortz. Back Row: Kristina Anderson, 
Jessica McAnnar, Ariane Saint- 
Jacques, Ashley Weitlauf, Coach John 
Durbin. 






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CLASS AA CHAMPIONS 



WESTERN HILLS 



Front Row: (L-R) Tracy Chadwick, Marie 
Perry, Jessica Cockley. Back Row: 
Lorrie Morse, Carrie Young, Coach 
Brian Crumbo, Jenny Koch, Tracy 
Ferguson. 



gH;,^. 







CLASS AAA CHAMPIONS 



SACRED HEART 



Front Row: (L-R) Carmel Englert, 
Shannon Connell, Amy Fraze, Julianne 
wakening, Kate Beechley. Back Row: 
Christina Morris, Meg Gleason, Kristi 
Crush, Colleen Guy, Angela Sanfllppo, 
Coach Alina Wehby, Coach Rick Helm. 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 



13 

• • • 



1994 Class A Champion 

BO ALEXANDER 
Hickman County 



1994 Class A A Champion 

THOMAS MURLEY 
Elizabethtown 



1994 Class AAA Champion 

CHARLIE MOORE 
Daviess County 




Kentucky Horse Park 
Novembers, 1994 

Boys A 
5,000 Meters 

Team: 1, St, Henry 44; 2. Ft. Knox 125; 3. Green Co. 
1 29; 4. Waiton-Verona 137,5. Bishop Brossart 1 51 ; 6 
Webster Co 249; 7. Frankfort 250; 8. St Mary 256; 9. 
Evarts268, 10, Gallatin Co 276; 11 Batti Co 296; 12, 
Hickman Co, 320; 13 Cordia 324; 14 Oneida Baptist 
347; 15, Riverside Christian 355; 16 Christian Acad 
376; 17 Danville 394; 18, Dawson Spnngs 417; 19, 
Menifee Co 436; 20, Dilce Combs 444; 21 , Model 468 

Individual: 1, Bo Alexander, Hickman Co,, 16:11,9; 

2, Kevin Ryan, St. Henry. 16:15.9; 3, Brian Buck, Ft 
Knox, 16:28 7,4 Steve Kennedy, Dayton, 16:32,1; 5, 
David Bacon, Frankfort, 16:35 8, 6, Cory Erdmann, 
Model, 15 36,4,7 Steve Woodruff, St, Henry. 16:39,8; 
8 Brandon Higdon. Webster Co , 16:40 3; 9, Ralph 
Huser, St Henry, 16:41,0; 10, Matt Ryan, St, Henry. 
16 41,8; 11 Ryan Smith, Walton-Verona, 16:44,1, 12 
Will Hodges, Green Co , 16:45 6; 13, Cheslee Bloyd, 
Green Co,, 16:46 1; 14 Chris Mitchell, Ft, Knox, 
16 49 3, 15 Aaron Moore, Lloyd. 16:50 3; 16 Pete 
Sears, Bishop Brossart, 1654,1, 17, Adam Keck. 
River Chnstian. 16:54,6, 18 Chad Burguard, Webster 
Co,, 16:55 7; 19 Blake Judd, Green Co , 16:56,0; 20, 
Sean Mando, Cov. Holy Cross, 16:59,1; 21. Tony 
Harden. Bishop Brossart, 16:59,6; 22, Eric Neuhaus, 
St. Henry. 17:02,7; 23, Jeremy Schroder, Walton- 
Verona. 17:052, 24 Shannon Menning, Dayton, 
17:06.2; 25. Ben Ochsner, Bishop Brossart. 17:08.4 

Boys AA 

5,000 Meters 

Team: 1 . Covington Catholic 87; 2. Elizabethtown 98; 

3. Western Hills. 4 Greenwood 149. 5. Bowling Green 
1 96. 6 Scott 205; 7 Warren East 208; 8. Barren Co. 
234; 9. Marion Co. 243. 10. Fleming Co. 263; 11. 
South Oldham 270; 12. Russell 293; 13 Allen Co. 
Scottsville 297; 14 Woodford Co 300; 15. Pendleton 
Co 349; 16. Breckinridge Co. 397; 17 Prestonsburg 
407; 18 Madison Southern 442 

Individual: 1. Thomas Muriey, Elizabethtown, 15:10.8; 
2. Brandon McKinney, Warren East, 15:50 0, 3. Mat- 
thew Tabor, Bowling Green, 16:06.6; 4 Joey Gallo- 
way, Pendleton Co., 16:07 6. 5, Stewart Robertson, 
Prestonsburg. 16.23 0.6 Wesley Patton.Owensboro. 
16:28.8; 7. Chad Thompson. Manon Co.. 16:33.2; 8 
Dustin Perkins. Barren Co., 16,34,8; 9 Paul Gilvin, 
Fleming Co, 16:36 1; 10, Rob Chadwick, Western 
Hills, 16:38 0; 11, MichaelTerry, Greenwood, 16:38,4; 
12. Wes Freeland, Elizabethtown, 16:39,4; 13, Ben 
Wolff, Cov Catholic, 16:42,8; 14, Phillip Mclntyre, 
Madison Southern, 16 43,4, 1 5, Chris Germann, Cov, 
Catholic, 16,44,6, 16, Justin Griffin, Greenwood, 
16:49,9; 17 Matt Thompson, Western Hills, 16:51,1, 
18, Tony Art. Simon Kenton. 16:54 3; 19, Roy Jones. 
Allen Co -S,. 16:55,5. 20, Brian Marshall. Cov Catho- 
lic. 16:56 3:21, Mike Weber. Cov Catholic, 16:57,3, 
22 Brad Bieber. Greenwood. 16:57 8, 23 Mike Will- 
iams, Logan Co,. 1659, 6; 24 Stuart Butler, Bowling 
Green, 17:00,4. 25 Brian Macy. Breck, Co,, 17:01,4 

Boys AAA 
5,000 Meters 
Team: 1, St, Xavier64, 2, North Hardin 107, 3, Butler 
112,4 Daviess Co, 122, 5 Trinity 128; 6, Apollo 194; 
7 ShelbyCo, 198;8 Henderson Co 235;9 Campbell 
Co 266, 10, Southern 302; 11, Seneca 314; 12, 
DeSales 315; 13, Nelson Co, 355; 14, Henry Clay 
369. 15, Boone Co, 376; 16 Lafayette 378; 17, Holy 
Cross 384; 18, Pulaski Co, 397, 19, Ballard 496 

Individual: 1 Charlie Moore, Daviess Co,, 15:11 6; 
2. Ryan Knight, Male, 15:33,4; 3. Tony Brown. St, 
Xavier. 15:40,6; 4, Jason Filippazzo, Butler. 15:43,4; 
5 Luke Baker, Madison Central, 15:56,3; 6, Chris 
Lanham, Daviess Co,, 16:01 8; 7, Jacob Barron, 
Henderson Co,, 16:04.0; 8. Tony Duncan, North 
Hardin, 16:06.5; 9. Brian Lilly, Holy Cross, 16:09.7; 
10 Mike Garcia, North Hardin. 16:10.8; 11. Michael 
Becht. St. Xavier, 16:13,0; 12, Chuck Hogg, Trinity, 
16 15 7, 13, Ryan Wagner. Apollo, 16:18,9; 14, Josh 
Buffolino, ShelbyCo,. 16:21,3; 15 Michael Koch, St, 
Xavier. 16:22,7; 16, Josh Helton, Campbell Co., 
16 25 0; 17. Brian Palmer. Marshall Co.. 16:25.5; 18. 
Brandon Lenher, Butler, 1 6:26.0; 1 9. Kenny Yarberry, 
Dunbar, 16:27.7; 20. David Douglas, Meade Co., 
16:29.0; 21. William Leasure, Madisonville, 16:32.9; 
22. Marty Anderson, St. Xavier, 16:37.4; 23. Richard 
Roberts, Apollo, 1 6:39.3; 24, Robert Williams, Dunbar, 
16:41,7; 25, Jay Walls, Butler, 16:42,2 



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ATHLETE 

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 




■1 :| 




CLASS A CHAMPIONS 



ST. HENRY 



Front Row: (L-R) Brad Woodruff, E. 
Neuhaus, Ralph Huser, Kevin Ryan, 
Matt Ryan. Back Row: Stats B. Base, 
Coach Scott Brauch, Steve Woodruff, 
JeffVanderhaar Shawn Egan, M. Foltz, 
Asst. RickTownsend, Stats B. Messmer 



CLASS AA CHAMPIONS 



COVINGTON CATHOLIC 



Front Row: (L-R) Mike Weber, Brian 
Lea, Tony Barczak, Tim McClanahan, 
Brian Marshall. Back Row: Coach Jack 
Kaelln, Scott Reggio, Ben Wolff, Chris 
Germann, Ryan Williams, Chris Chase, 
Coach Pat Anneken. 




CLASS AAA CHAMPIONS 



ST. XAVIER 



Front Row: (L-R) Matt Ford, Michael 
Becht, Michael Koch, Kevin Klein, Kevin 
Osborne, Bill Ehlers. Back Row: Coach 
Frank Cooper, Andy Melrose, Michael 
Cutris, Matthew Steele, Kevin Murphy, 
Tony Brown, Matt Anderson, Coach 
Chuck Medley. 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 

FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 

June 1-3, 1995 • Jack Fisher Park • Owensboro, Kentucky 

REIDLAND LADY GREYHOUNDS 



15 

• • • 




Front Row (L-R): Crystal Davidson, Nikki Scott, Alicia Hite, Kelly Connor, Andria Brooks, 
Amanda Hodge. Second Row: Tracy Mines, Stacy Roof, Beth Morgan, Jennifer Wren, 
Heather Bryant, Valerie Alsobrook, Tristina Blackman, Ashley Edwards, Back Row: 
Coach Tony Burkeen, Brandy Hawkins, Cheyanne Warriner, Rachel Wallace, Lea Ann 
Dean, Angle Short, Jessica Cardin, Kim Bradley, Asst. Dale Connor. 



WINNER'S BRACKET 

First Round 

North Laurel 9, Greenup Co. 3 
Southern 21, Hazard 8 
Reidland 18, Harrison Co. 3 
Warren Central 1, Daviess Co 
Paul Dunbar 20, Pikeville 10 
Manual 9, North Hardin 4 
Christian Co. 11, Boone Co. 3 
Shelby Co. 16, Middlesboro 3 

Quarterfinals 

Southern 9, North Laurel 5 
Reidland 4, Warren Central 
Manual 8, Paul Dunbar 
Christian Co. 4, Shelby Co. 2 

Semifinals 

Reidland 6, Southern 1 

Manual 3, Christian Co. 2 



LOSER'S BRACKET 

First Round 

Greenup Co. 18, Hazard 10 
Harrison Co 9, Daviess Co. 4 
North Hardin 18, Pikeville 2 
Boone Co. 9, Middlesboro 6 

Second Round 
Shelby Co. 3, Greenup Co 1 
Harrison Co. 17, Paul Dunbar 8 
Warren Central 12, North Hardin 3 
North Laurel 18, Boone Co. 10 

Third Round 

Harhson Co. 3, Shelby Co. 2 

Warren Central 6, North Laurel 3 

Fourth Round 

Southern 5, Harrison Co. 3 

Christian Co. 2, Warren Central 1 

Fifth Round 

Christian Co. 7, Southern 5 



FINAL ROUND 

Winner's Bracket Final 
Reidland 12, Manual 7 

Loser's Bracket Final 
Manual 5, Christian Co. 

Final 

Manual 2, Reidland 1 

Reidland 13, Manual 2 



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ATHLETE 

CLASS A FOOTBALL 

BEECHWOOD TIG ERS 

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First Row: Mgr Dietz, Staley, Doane, Gaddis, Philippe, Wonderly, Mgr Rauch, Mgr P Fairbanks; 2nd Row: Morrison, Schneider. Massey, Fogle, J Dietz, Bishop, 
Wainscott, Klein, Wischer, 3rd Row: Coach Burnett, Coach Procaccino, Coach Brockhoeft, Coach Miller, Coach Stoll, Coach Lucas, Coach Hergott; 4th Row: 
Jobert, Bishop, Brockhoeft, Kelleher, Bell. D. Wainscott, Wentz, Lubrecht, 5th Row: Steinhaus, Moser, Mangine, Berger, Demmerle, Hagedorn, Driscol; 6th Row: 
Duncan, Long, Dungan, Burkhardt. Hopkins, Bucklen 7th Row: Bergs, Jones, Utz, Zahler, Tapke, Hergott, Ratliff, Kinsella, Keil. Not pictured: J Steffen. 




Murray quarterback Allen Thompson sets the offense before the Tigers' first 
quarter score. 



Murray 
Beechwood 



2-16 
0-18 



(1) M -- Cheaney 2 run 4:39 (Miller kick); B - 
Brockhoeft 65 pass from Hergott 2:03 (kick 
failed); (2) B -- Lubrecht 10 run 8:41 (run 
failed); (3) M - Thompson 13 run 5:38 (kick 
failed); B -- Brockhoeft 52 run 4: 1 7 (run failed); 



(4) M - Hergott safety 0:00. 






Beechwood 


Murray 


First Downs 




9 


12 


Rushes-yards 




35-99 


43-231 


Passing yards 




5-6-0 1 1 1 


1-5-1 (-3) 


Return yards 




19 


18 


Fumbles-Lost 




1-1 


2-1 


Penalties 




5-44 


4-30 


Punts-Yards 




3-90 


3-98 


Posssession Time 


20:18 


27:42 



Rushing 

B: Brockhoeft 11-85, Lubrecht 10-39, Hergott 

10-(-37), Bahler 2-8; M: Cheaney 25-169, 

Weatherly 2-5, Olive 4-17, Thompson 11-42. 

Passing 

B: Hergott 5-6-0 111; M: Thompson 1-3-1 (-3) 

Receiving 

B: Brockhoeft 1-65, Jones 4-46; M: Olive 1-(-3) 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 

CLASS A FOOTBALL 



17 



at Murray (1) (8-2)37 





at Murray (9-2) 21 


Murray (10-2) 20 OT 






South Hopkins (4) (1-9) 6 


Trigg Co. (7-4) 




at Trigg Co. (2) (6-4) 51 


at Russellville (10-2) 17 








Fulton Co. (3) (4-5) 20 


Todd Co. Central (8-3) 8 






Murray (11-2) 38 






Todd Co. Central (3) (7-3) 28 


atHarrodsburg(12-1) 15 


Murray (12-2) 16 








at Heath (2) (4-6) 


at Russellville (9-2) 34 








Fulton City (4) (3-7) 


Bardstown (11-1) 35 








atRussellville(1){8-2)40 


atBardstown (10-1)21 








atBardstown (1) (9-1) 35 










Henry Co. (4) (6-4) 6 


Garrard Co (9-2) 14 








at Garrard Co. (2) (8-2) 34 


atHarrodsburg(ll-l) 36 








Campbellsville (3) (3-7) 10 


Lex. Catholic (8-3) 27 








Lex. Catholic (3) (7-3) 31 










December2 

Noon 

Cardinal Stadium 

Louisville, Kentucky 




at Washington Co. (2) (5-5) 15 


atHarrodsburg(10-1)41 








Green Co. (4) (5-5) 20 


Beechwood (12-0) 40 








atHarrodsburg(l) (9-1)61 


at Beechwood (11-0) 40 






Beechwood (15-0) 


atBeechwood(1)(10-0)61 


1994 




Bath Co. (4) (4-6) 6 


Lloyd (7-4) 7 


Class A 




Champion 


atRaceland (2) (8-2) 16 


at Paris (10-2) 8 








Lloyd (3) (6-4) 45 


New. Catholic (7-4) 14 






Beechwood (13-0) 23 






Paintsville (3) (5-5) 8 


atPikeville (12-1) 17 


Beechwood (14-0) 18 








at New. Catholic (2) (6-4) 48 


at Paris (9-2) 39 








Bellevue (4) (4-6) 12 


Cumberiand (8-4) 








at Paris (1) (8-2) 13 


at Wlliamsburg (11-0) 8 




at Williamsburg (1) (10-0)36 








Elkhorn City (4) (3-7) 


Cumberiand (7-4) 13 








at Jenkins (2) (5-5) 


atPikeville (11-1)42 


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Cumberland (3) (6-4) 33 


Evarts (9-2) 


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Phelps (3) (5-5) 7 


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at Evarts (2) (8-2) 37 


atPikeville(10-1)20 


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Harlan (4) (4-6) 12 




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atPikevilte(1)(9-1)49 




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1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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ATHLETE 

CLASS AA FOOTBALL 

DANVILLE ADMIRALS 









First Row:Taylor Payne. Jessica Vaught, Lucas Moore, Shelby Gadberry, Emily Ruda. Misty McAnly, 2nd Row: Coach Rick Mitchell, na, Gary Dawson, Phillip 
Clarkson, Michael Caulder, Jeff Harris, Tyler Moore, Ben Kinley, Marcellus Lewis, Ernest Dunn, Chase Harp, Coach Jeff Edwards; 3rd Row: Coach Jay Reynolds, 
Coach Vince Tucker, Jeff Kinley, Larry Richardson. Juan Kinley, Dernck Houston, Tony Floro, Brandon Barnard, Kelvin Kinley, Shadon Brown, Jason Lamb, Brad 
Alcorn. Jamie Poling. Shea Arnold, Coach David McAfee, Coach Sam Harp, 4th Row: Shaunta Ford, Chris Bryant, Jay Bowling, na, Mike Floro. Michael Thornton. 
Clay Clevenger, Jonathan Vanderpool. Rob Birney. na. Tony Napier. Dewey Hooks 




Along with the officials, Danville captains Jon Vanderpool, Kinte Bess, Shea 
Houston and Ben Kinley prepare for the opening coin toss prior to the Class AA 
championship game. 



Bullitt East 
Danville 



7—7 
7 6 12 14-39 



(1 ) D - Houston 1 9 run 1 0:58 (Vanderpool kick); 

(2) D - Pope 27 pass from Floro 0; 53 (kick failed); 
(3)D-Kinley11 run5:11 (run failed); Vanderpool 
14 pass from Floro 0:38 (pass failed); (4) D - 
Harris 4 run 10:03 (Vanderpool kick); D - Floro 
1 run 8: 1 9 (Vanderpool kick); BE - McCawley 33 
pass from Egan 5:48 (Farious kick). 



First Downs 
Rushes-yards 
Passing yards 
Return yards 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties 
Punts-Yards 
Posssession Time 



Danville Bullitt B. 

19 10 

61-323 23-93 

3-5-1 152 7-19-1 131 

26 37 

4-0 4-2 

3-25 7-59 

2-77 5-128 

32:03 15:57 



Rushing 

D: Kinley 8-38, Harris 8-40. Houston 14-68, 

Floro 8-11, Bess 13-121, K. Kinley 4-7. BE: 

Egan 9-53, Calvert 8-31, Jotinson 5-3. 

Passing 

D: Floro 3-4-1 52; BE; Egan 6-18-1 1 16. 

Receiving 

D: Pope 1-27, Vanderpool 1-14; BE: Reynolds 

2-40, Egan 1-15, McCawley 2-47, Calvert 2-29 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 

CLASS AA FOOTBALL 



19 



atMayfield(1)(8-2)41 





at Mayfield (9-2) 28 




Mayfield (11-2) 18 


Bullitt East (13-1) 7 




McLean Co (4) (5-5) 20 


Ft Campbell (5-6) 7 


Mayfield (10-2) 24 




at Muhlenberg S. (2) (8-2) 14 










Ft. Campbell (3) (4-6) 20 














Breckinridge Co. (3) (5-4) 7 


at Bullitt East (12-1) 49 






Webster Co. (9-2) 






at Webster Co. (2) (7-2) 14 


at Owens. Cath. (9-2) 38 


at Owens. Cath. (10-2)14 








Caldwell Co. (4) (6-4) 7 










atOwens. Cattiolic(1)(8-2)35 














at Monroe Co. (1) (8-2) 34 


December 2 

3 p.m. 

Cardinal Stadium 

ouisville, Kentucky 

Danville (14-0) 39 






at Monroe Co, (9-2) 7 






Taylor Co. (4) (5-5) 28 


Ft. Knox (8-3) 35 


Ft Knox (9-3) 6 








at Ft. Knox (2) (7-3) 21 










Glasgow (3) (4-6) 13 














Elizabethtown (3) (4-6) 7 


L 
Danville (13-0) 48 






Allen Co.-Sc. (9-2) 7 






at Allen Co -Sc. (2) (8-2) 26 


at Bullitt East (10-1) 38 


at Bullitt East (11-1) 14 








Russell Co. (4) (6-4) 1 8 










at Bullitt East (1) (9-1)42 












Danville (15-0) 


at Danville (1) (10-0)64 


7994 




at Danville (11-0) 30 




Mad. Souttiern (4) (6-4) 16 


Rockcastle Co. (8-3) 


at Danville (12-0) 35 


Class AA 




Champion 


at Rockcastle Co. (2) (7-3) 9 










Anderson Co. (3) (5-4) 6 














Corbin (3) (6-4) 7 


atWhitesburg (12-1) 16 






Boyle Co, (8-3) 40 






at Boyle Co. (2) (7-3) 14 


at Middlesboro (10-1)0 


Boyle Co. (9-3) 








Bourbon Co. (4) (4-6) 25 










atMiddlesboro(l) (9-1)36 








at Russell (1) (10-0) 60 








at Russell (11-0) 14 






Shelby Valley (4) (4-6) 16 


Prestonsburg (8-3) 7 


Russell (12-0) 7 








at Prestonsburg (2) (7-3) 37 




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East Carter (3) (8-2) 29 






^^^^^^^^^ 


Sheldon Clark (3) (6-4) 14 


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Sheldon Clark (7^) 28 (201 


r) 


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at Lawrence Co. (2) (8-2) 7 


atWhitesburg (10-1)30 


atWhitesburg (11-1) 14 






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West Carter (4) (4-6) 6 




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atWhitesburg(1)(9-1)28 






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1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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Athlete 
CLASS AAA FOOTBALL 

COVINGTON CATHOLIC COLONELS 








First Row: Terry Farro. Chris Abein Ben Hild Adam Kallmeyer Kevin Cogswell Pat Gallagher Nick Brinkman Marl^Rensing Tom Nader; 2nd Row: David Suetholz. Galen 
Healey, Justin Overman. Andy Dusing, Pal Flesch, Sean Aytes, Brian Ford. Mike Caple. 3rd Row. John Dailey. Brad Folke. Kevin Schuler. Ben Berger. Todd Spille. Matt Davey. 
Matt Foltz. Sean Oliver. Jeremy Steffen. 4th Row: Don Haskell. Scott Schroeder. Jeff Schumacher. Jason Laur. Andy Brandner, Kns Smith. Andy Zertiusen. Kevin Overman; 
5th Row: Nick Lucarelli. Andy Meier. Kevin Sketch, Brett Bey. Ben Pelstring. Brett Spaulding, Dan Meirose. Jason Seligman. Jeff Woeste; 6th Row: Joe Schreiner. Greg Good. 
Ryan Jansen. Scott Schuler. Derek Bosse. Eirch Black. Kevin Kleem. Matt Ernst. 7th Row: Matt Dusing. James Adams. Jacob Foster. Shane Studer. Mike Goetz, Chris Pfeiffer. 
Jeff Eilers. Paul Thaman. Adam Roeding. 8th Row: Brian Erpenbeck. Jake Beil. Ryan Neuhaus. Artie Steinmetz. Carl Vieth. Nich Depenbrock. Mike Lutz. Matt Lutz; 9th Row: 
Mgr Drew isenhous. Caoch Mike Woolf. Dr Jack Brueggemann. Coaches Ron Beard. Lynn. Ray. Bob Bruno. Bob Noll. Trainer Marc Brewer. Mgr. Matt Coleman 




Bowling Green 
Cov. Catholic 



8 



0-21 
7-24 



Bowling Green's Brian Harpool is harpooned behind the line during this attempt 
against the Covington Catholic defense. Bowling Green marched down the field 
in the closing minutes, but ran out of time in the fourth quarter on the CovCath 
three yard line. 



(1) BG -- Harpool 22 pass from Wiesemann 
4:34 (Wiesemann kick); (2) BG - Wiesemann 
1 run 9:58 (kick failed); CC -- Daily 1 pass from 
Cogswell 3:23 (kick failed); Farro 40 FG :02; 
(3) BG -- Wiesemann 3 run 5:30 (Wiesemann 
pass to Bailey); CC - Cogswell 3 run (Dailey 
run); (4) CC -- Healey 2 run 4:15 (Farro kick). 

First Downs 

Rushes-yards 

Passing yards 

Return yards 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties 

Punts-Yards 

Posssession Time 

Rushing 

CC: Healey 23-134, Cogswell 10-47, Caple 2- 

4; BG: Harpool 13-47, Johnson 16-81, 

Wiesemann 14-34, Colton 3-9, Gurley 4-20. 

Passing 

CC: Cogswell 7-13-0 77; BG: Wiesemann 5-8- 

1 68. 

Receiving 

CC: Oliver 2-31, Pfeiffer 2-18, Dailey 1-22, 

Flesch 1-6; BG: Wade 1-10, Harpool 1-22, 

Bailey 1-19, Gurley 2-17. 



CovCath 


BG 


15 


17 


37-184 


50-191 


7-13-0 77 


5-8-1 68 


3 





1-0 


1-0 


1-5 


1-5 


2-54 


1-36 


32:12 


25:48 



t994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 

CLASS AAA FOOTBALL 



21 



atHopkinsville(l) (7-3)27 





atHopkinsville(8-3)14 






Owensboro(4) (6-4) 17 


Bowling Green (10-1) 36 


Bowling Green (11-1) 20 






at Bowling Green (2) (9-1) 60 












Calloway Co- (3) (7-3) 7 












Bowrfing Green (12-1) 34 






Warren Central (3) (6-4) 22 




Bowling Green (13-1) 21 






Paducati Tilgtiman (6-5) 14 






at Pad. Tilgtiman (2) (5-5) 35 


at Frank-Simpson (10-1) ' 


at Franklin-Simpson (11-1) 








Graves CO- (4) (4-6) 22 










4 




at Franklin-Simpson (1) (9-1) 4 














at Nelson Co. (1) (8-2)28 








at Nelson Co. (9-2) 28 






Ryle (4) (5-5) 21 


Scott Co. (7-3)14 








17 






at Scott Co (2) (6-3) 21 




at Nelson Co (11-2)7 








Barren Co. (3) (4-6) 14 














Woodford Co. (3) (5-5) 31 










Woodford Co (6-5)14 








at Meade Co. (2) (8-2) 22 


at Lincoln CO. (10-1)21 


Nelson Co. (10-2)17 








Marion Co. (4) (2-8) 














at Lincoln Co, (1) (9-1)21 




December 3 






Noon 
Cardinal Stadium 


Covington Catholic (11-4) 


atCov. Cattiolic(1)(6-4)34 


1994 
Class AAA 




at Cov Cattiolic (7-4) 49 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Paul Blazer (4) (3-7) 14 


Montgomery Co. (6-5) 6 






at Lincoln Co. (11-1) 12 




Champion 


at Montgomery Co (2) (5-5) 25 












Conner (3) (7-3) 14 












Cov. Cattiolic (9-t) 33 






Greenup Co. (3) (5-5) 19 




Cov. Cattiolic (10-4) 24 






Higtilands (8-2) 28 OT 






at Higtilands (2) (7-2) 47 


at Han-ison Co. (10-0)21 


at Cov. Cattiolic (8-4) 7 








Holmes (4) (5-5) 32 














at Harrison Co. (1) (9-0)35 








at Bell Co. (1) (9-1) 25 








at Bell Co. (10-1)28 






Knott Co. Central (4) (5-5) 9 


Breattiitt Co. (9-2) 








Higtilands (9-2) 3 






at Breathitt Co. (2) (8-2) 21 




at Leslie Co. (13-0)6 


^^^^^^^ 




^^^^^^^^^ 


Pulaski SW (3) (6-4) 14 


Belfry (6-5) 13 




Belfry (3) (5-5) 20 


^^^ 




C 


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at Wtiitley Co. (2) (6-4) 1 1 


" at Leslie Co. (11 -0)32 


Bell Co. (11-1)13 


' jta ^m 






Knox Central (4) (4-6) 28 






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at Leslie Co. (1) (10-0) 45 






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CLASS AAAA FOOTBALL 

TRINITY SHAMROCKS 




First Row: Coach Servino, Johnson, Hemmerle. Schaffer. Ramey. Coach Lampley. Taylor. Edge, Pan-ott. Coach Ellington. 2nd Row: Bramlett, Potter, Ruckreigel, Hardman. 
Palmquist, Clark, Ingram, Bedo, McDaniel; 3rd Row: Woolley, Dean, Stiebling, Wright, Sullivan, Pale, Langan, Almy, Caldwell. Klausing, Bellucci; 4th Row: Nigh. Delessio. 
Cash. Ralston. Stivers. Adams. Sorg. King. Burghy. Janes. Moore. Roby; 5th Row: O'Shea. Brock. Mauck. Gaddie. Ising, Bowers, Owens, Bishop, Fuelling, Lange. Stallings, 
Barrett. Meiners. 6th Row: Coach Larch. Elston. Ryan. Habeeb. Powell. Coach Kalbhin; 7th Row: Vanmeter, Archer. Gan. Greene. Lundgard. Bailey, Cecil, Zeman. Puryear; 
8th Row: Heustis. Hannah. Ryan. Butler. Darr. Rueff. Holzknecht. Zoll. Metzmeier, Hubert, 9th Row: Coach Magre, Ritchie, Summa, Nonis, Ayers. Gmner. Hayden. Duncan. 
Alvey, Whobrey. Salisbury. Henderson, Coach Rudolph 10th Row: Klausing. Harper. Langan, McDaniel, Batts. Nolph, Norrenbrock. Schloemer. Guenn. Webb. Diehl. Pfetffer; 
11th Row: Kuhn.Galle. Peterson. Williams. Belew. Elston. Mills. Reecer, Howard. Ising. Casline, McCubbins; 12th Row: Mattingly, Young. Lanceta. King. Mattingly, Graham, 
Despain, Wethinglon. Huff; 13th Row: Roy. Fowler. Owens. Baird. Roalofs. Riley. Baker; Not Pictured; Bill Bosworth, 




Trinity coach Dennis Lampley announced his retirement to his team following 
the Shamrocks' victory over Boone County in the championship game. 



Trinity 14 

Boone County 



7 --21 
— 7 



(1 ) T - Johnson 89 KO return 1 1 :47 (Bironas 
kick); T - Cash 1 run 1:56 (Bironas kick); (2) 
BC - Alexander 1 run 2:53 (Byrd kick); (4) 
T- Johnson 56 run 3:58 (Bironas kick). 



First Downs 
Rushes-yards 
Passing yards 
Return yards 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties 
Punts-Yards 
Posssession Time 



Boone Co. Trinity 

8 11 

37-128 39-209 

3-7-1 26 5-10-0 101 

15 29 

2-1 0-0 

3-20 7-75 

8-298 3-113 

26:45 21:15 



Rushing 

T: Johnson 4-64, Cash 7-8, Edge 8-10, Taylor 

20-127; BC: Alexander 27-96, Maney 7-28, 

Owings 3-4. 

Passing 

T: Cash 5-10-0 101; BC: Owings 3-6-0 26, 

Alexander 0-1-1 0. 

Receiving 

T: Ralston 2-14, Palmquist 1-25, Delessio 2- 

62; BC: Brown 2-18, Manley 1-8. 



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CLASS AAAA FOOTBALL 



23 



at Henderson Co (1) (10-0) 50 





atHenderonCo (11-0)21 






Bullitt Central (4) (1-9)12 


Shelby Co (7-4) 7 


Henderson Co (12-0)27 






at Shelby Co. (2) (6-4) 30 












Christian Co. (3) (4-5) 13 












North Hardin (10-3) 11 






Central Hardin (3) (3-7) 23 




Trinity (10-4) 21 






Cental Hardin (4-7) 7 






at Marshall Co. (2) (8-2) 16 


at North Hardin (8-3) 48 


at N Hardin (9-3) 30 20T 








Apollo (4) (5-5) 28 














at North Hardin (1) (7-3) 42 














at Iroquois (1) (9-1) 15 








Eastern (6-5) 9 






Eastern (4) (5-5) 17 


Ballard (8-3) 3 








Eastern (7-5) 6 






at Ballard (2) (7-3) 10 




Trinity (9-4) 24 








Fairdale (3) (5-5) 7 














Trinity (3) (6-4) 24 OT 










Trinity (7-4) 19 








at Doss (2) (3-7) 21 


Central (10-1) 12 


Trinity (8-4) 27 








DeSales (4) (3-7) 12 














at Central (1) (9-1) 31 




Decembers 






3 p.m. 
Cardinal Stadium 


Trinity (11^) 


at Butler (1) (8-2)54 


1994 
Class AAAA 




Butler (9-2) 6 


Louisville, Kentucky 


DuPont Manual (4) (5-5)0 


Fern Creek (10-1) 13 






Fern Creek (11-1) 14 




Champion 


at Fern Creek (2) (9-1) 28 












Western (3) (7-3) 1 8 












Fern Creek (12-1) 19 






St. Xavier (3) (8-2) 47 




Boone Co (14-0) 7 






St Xavier (9-2) 33 






at Valley (2) (7-3) 6 


Male (11-0) 14 


St. Xavier (10-2) 10 








Holy Cross (4) (2-8) 6 














at Male (1) (10-0) 76 








at Boone Co. (1) (10-0) 35 








at Boone Co. (11-0)28 






Clark Co. (4) (6-4) 20 


Tates Creek (8-3) 7 








at Boone Co. (12-0)30 






at Madison Central (2) (5-5) 7 




at Boone Co (13-0)36 


^^^^^^^ 




^^^^^^^^^ 


Tates Creek (3) (7-3) 26 


at Campbell Co. (9-2) 15 


^^1 


South Laurel (3) (5-5) 15 




C( 


^^^^B 


at Campbell Co. (2) (8-2) 39 


' Henry Clay (8-3) 12 


Campbell Co. (10-2)21 






^H^^H^^^^F 


Henry Clay (4) (7-3) 28 




^H 


^^^^^^^^w 




^^H 


^^^^^^^^^r 


at North Laurel (1) (8-2) 23 




^^ 


^^^^^^^ 



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DISAPPOINTMENT 

Pulaski County's Gwen Cowan gives teammate Misty Smith a hug following the Lady 
Maroons defeat to Scott County in the championship game of the Girls' Sweet Sixteen. 



BACKHAND 

Yanny Murray of Lex. Christian returns 
this shot during the boys' doubles finals. 
Murray and Matt Emery lost to Daviess 
County's Luke Woodward and Rob Pierce. 








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GROUNDED 

Mr. Football Shaun Alexander had nowhere to run on this 
reverse punt return during the 1 994 Class 4A state final. Trinity's 
defense stifled Alexander to just 96 yards in a 21-7 Shamrock 
win. 



PINT-SIZED SMASH 

Whitney Wade, a 9-year-old fourth grader from Happy Valley 
Elementary, qualified for the girls' state tournament as part of the 
Glasgow team. Wade, who garnered national attention, finished 
with a 98-94-192, good enough for 62nd place. 



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SWEET STROKE 

This Henry Clay swimmer showed good form during the 1 995 State Swimming & Diving 
Championships at UK's Lancaster Aquatics Center. Henry Clay finished third in the 
girls' team competition. 



DETERMINATION 

Doug Vowels of Henderson County was 
determined to finish during the boys' Class 
AAA Cross Country meet. Henderson 
County finished eighth. 




VICTORIOUS 

Louisville Male's boys' track team gave the No. 1 sign after 
collecting the state trophy. 



COOLING DOWN 

Michelle Dougherty of Dayton took a cold drink on top of the 
head following her race during the Class A Track & Field 
meet. Assistant Jay Sprague is pictured behind Dougherty. 



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ATHLETE 

GIRLS' GOLF 

October 11-12, 1994 • Elizabethtown Country Club 



fc 177 




Girls Team Results 



1994 GIRLS' TEAM CHAMPION 

SOMERSET 

(L-R) Coach Bob Tucker, Julie Bourne, Amy Robinson, Kelli Wilson, 

Tyler Blackburn, Brandi Wilson. 



Girls Individual Results (Top 52) 

Sharon Park, Henry Clay 79-73, 152; 
Ashley Smith, Greenwood 78-76, 154; 
Rebecca Burkhart, Madison Central 77- 
79, 156; Jamie Hagedorn, Union Co. 77- 
80, 1 57; Amy Robinson, Somerset 82-76, 
158; Kellie Brown, North Hardin 79-81, 
160; Jenny Throgmorton, Heath 82-79, 
161; Angel Manners, Conner 82-80, 162; 
Sami Montgomery, Casey Co. 78-85, 1 63; 
Amy Crowder, Monroe Co. 85-79, 164; 
Kristen Beystehner, Sacred Heart 85-80, 
165;AngieTyler, Franklin Co. 81-84, 165; 
Susan Loyd, Reidland 85-81, 166; Jenny 
Rightmyer, Daviess Co. 83-83, 166; Jes- 
sica Kell, Franklin Co. 85-82, 167; Jill 
Marion, Glasgow 85-82, 167; Jean-Marie 
Lawson, Glasgow 81-87, 168; Rena 
Scenna, Greenwood 80-90, 170; Kelly 
Beth Simmons, Lexington Chhsfian 90- 

82, 172; Meg Ehrie, Russell 86-86, 172; 
Whitney Crutcher, North Hardin 84-88, 
172; Carrie Bryant, Frankin-Simpson 90- 

83, 173; Diana Camacho, Grant Co. 88- 

85, 173; Ashley Sanders, Boyle Co. 87- 

86, 173; Julie Bourne, Somerset 87-87, 
1 74; Maggie Woods, Sacred Heart 90-85, 
175; Ann Payne, Bowling Green 87-88, 



175; Jocelyn Cross, North Hardin 88- 
88, 176; Amy Head, Shelby Co. 89-88, 
177; Kennetta Diehlman, Sacred Heart 
95-83, 178; Missy Hart, Henry Clay 90- 

88, 178; Amber LeMaster, Paintsville 
89-89, 178; Emily Scearce, Shelby Co. 
90-89, 179; Leslie Clark, Daviess Co. 
89-90, 179; Manda Clements, Daviess 
Co. 93-87, 180; Johnna Massey, Heath 
92-88, 180; Tyler Blackburn, Somerset 
92-88, 180; Annie Warnock, Russell 91- 

89, 180; Chanda Day, Rowan Co. 93- 
88, 181; Kari Duncan, Union Co. 90-91, 
181; Amanda Vincent, Grayson Co. 88- 
93, 181; Katherine Neely, Logan Co. 
91-91, 182; Stephanie Baskey, Mont- 
gomery Co. 91-91, 182; Laura Tipton, 
Powell Co. 96-87, 183; Tara Taylor, 
Western Hills 94-89, 183; Jessica Zink, 
Marion Co. 93-90, 183; Krissie Kirby, 
Estill Co. 83-101, 184; Terri Rabbeth, 
Oldham Co. 96-89, 185; Lori Straub, 
Daviess Co. 95-90, 185; Sarah Allen, 
Hopkinsville 97-89, 186; Heather 
Mackey, Franklin Co. 95-91 , 186; Brandi 
Wilson, Somerset 92-94, 186; 



Somerset 


698 


Sacred Heart 


706 


Franklin County 


709 


Daviess County 


710 


Glasgow 


715 


Union County 


717 


North Hardin 


717 


Bowling Green 


765 


Russell 


770 


Heath 


786 


Casey County 


788 


Montgomery County 


793 


Paintsville 


800 


Western Hills 


805 


Estill County 


812 


Notre Dame 


816 


Owen County 


821 


Caldwell County 


841 




1994 GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION 

SHARON PARK 

Henry Clay 



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BOYS' GOLF 

October 13-14, 1994 • Lincoln Trail Country Club • Vine Grove 



27 

• • • 



Boys Team Results 



Somerset 


632 


Grant County 


642 


Daviess County 


643 


Middlesboro 


647 


Male 


648 


St. Xavier 


648 


Glasgow 


653 


Henderson County 


656 


Harrison County 


665 


Russell 


667 


Shelby County 


669 


Covington Catholic 


670 


Calloway County 


671 


Boyd County 


679 


Anderson County 


680 


Larue County 


680 


Warren Central 


680 


Central Hardin 


691 


Marshall County 


716 


Dixie Heights 


725 


St. Patrick 


737 


Valley 


763 




1994 BOYS' TEAM CHAMPION 

SOMERSET 

(L-R) Derrick Centers, Steve Sewell, Coach Jeff Littrell, David Gumm, 

Robie Crockett, Chris Newell 




1994 BOYS' INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION 

DERRICK CENTERS 

Somerset 



Boys Individual Results (Top 51) 

Derrick Centers, Somerset 73-69, 142; 
Josh Lee, Boyle Co. 71-74, 145; Eric 
Mason, Owsley Co. 74-73, 147; Ron 
Layman, Grayson Co. 74-74, 148; Jay 
Knight, Daviess Co. 77-72, 149; Danny 
Baron, Trinity 73-76, 149; A.J. Riley, 
Russell 76-75, 151; Jimmie McKenzie, 
Boyd Co. 74-77, 151; Eric Stuart, 
Henderson Co. 78-77, 155; Eric 
Willenbrink, Russell 77-78, 155; Cory 
Kirk, Middlesboro 77-78, 155; Derrick 
Griffiths, Shelby Co. 75-80, 155 
Jonathan Belcher, Glasgow 78-78, 156 
Steve Landrum, Grant Co. 78-78, 156 
Ben Hensley, Mason Co. 76-80, 156 
Brent Etscorn, St. Xavier 81-76, 157 
Chris Kirtley, Ballard 79-78, 157; Wes 
Furnish, Harrison Co. 76-81, 157; Chris 
Campbell, Male 76-81, 157; Michael 
Ries, Covington Catholic 75-82, 157 
Brandon Bush, Warren Central 82-76 
158; Chad Creech, Harlan 81-77, 158 
Grant Sturgeon, Barren Co. 79-79, 1 58 
Jeremy Tincher, Daviess Co. 77-81 , 1 58 
Jace Bugg, Henderson Co. 77-81, 158 
Michael Dunlap, Russell Co. 75-83, 1 58 
Scott Penick, Pleasure Ridge Park 81 



78, 159; Chuck Givin, Grant Co. 82-77, 
159; Mickey Mattingly, St. Xavier 80-79, 
159; Brad Faulkner, Male 76-83, 159; 
Tyler Langley, Lexington Christian 83-77, 
160; Mike Camacho, Grant Co. 82-78, 
160; Tad Asbury, Anderson Co. 78-82, 
160; Scott Bolin, Garrard Co. 77-83, 160; 
Trent Coleman, North Bullitt 81-80, 161; 
J.R. Wade, Glasgow 81-80, 161; Justin 
Wainscott, Anderson Co. 79-82, 161; 
Robie Crockett, Somerset 86-76, 162; 
Trey Schott, Oldham Co. 84-79, 1 63; Nate 
Salyers, Ryle 83-80, 163; Kevin Letcher, 
Harrison Co. 82-81, 163; Casey Watkins, 
Middlesboro 81-82, 163; Kevin Gordon, 
Middlesboro 80-83, 163; Bryan Barber, 
Larue Co. 79-84, 163; Brad Clendenen, 
Calloway Co. 78-85, 163; Darren Good, 
Campbell Co. 77-86, 1 63; Mark Ethington, 
Christian Academy 83-81, 164; Cory 
Kaufman, St. Xavier 87-77, 164; Jarrod 
Malone, Owensboro 82-82, 164; Jason 
Jarvi, Trinity 80-84, 1 64; Jon Webb, Shelby 
Co. 80-84, 164; 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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— SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 



June 9-10, 1995 • Capitol View Park • Frankfort, Kentucky 

APOLLO E-GALS 




Front Row; (L-R) Laurel Beaty, Sarah Hayden, Jennifer Buchanan, Erica Estes, Melissa 
Hill, Brandi Rhinerson, Autumn Greer, Leslie Nunn, Chrissy Richards. Back Row: Coach 
Kelly Skeens, Coach Rick Hamilton, Jennifer Boone, Shelly Henshaw, Marga Reid, Amy 
Moore, Amy Patterson, Christina Roberts, Halpen Reid, Sara Stergeon, Jessica Lee, 
Dana Wissing, Coach Mike Hamilton. 



WINNER'S BRACKET 

First Round 

Warren East 12, Rockcastle Co, 4 
Webster Co. 7, West Carter 6 
Bardstown 13, Allen Central 1 
Muhlenberg South 11, Seneca 1 

Second Round 

Mercy 9, Dixie Heights 2 

Lou Holy Cross 21, Frankfort 

Campbell Co, 12, Somerset 5 

Butler 10, Harnson Co. 2 

Warren East 8, St. Henry 

Bishop Brossart 5, Webster Co. 1 

Bardstown 7, Apollo 5 

Owensboro Catholic 7, Muhlenberg S. 

Quarterfinals 

Mercy 12, Warren East 1 

Lou. Holy Cross 20, Bishop Brossart 2 

Campbell Co. 4, Bardstown 3 

Butler 7, Owensboro Catholic 

Semifinals 

Lou. Holy Cross 7, Mercy 6 

Butler 4, Campbell Co 



LOSER'S BRACKET 

First Round 

St. Henry 9, Allen Central 1 
Seneca 3, Webster Co. 1 
Apollo 16, Rockcastle Co. 1 
Muhlenberg South 4, West Carter 3 

Second Round 

St Henry 5, Dixie Heights 4 

Seneca 8, Frankfort 1 

Apollo 24, Somerset 7 

Harrison Co. 12, Muhlenberg South 3 

Third Round 

Owenboro Catholic 11, St. Henry 4 

Seneca 6, Bardstown 1 

Apollo 15, Bishop Brossart 3 

Warren East 13, Harrison Co. 8 

Fourth Round 

Apollo 12, Warren East 

Owensboro Catholic 8, Seneca 

Quarterfinals 

Owensboro Catholic 1 1 . Mercy 

Apollo 9, Campbell Co. 4 

Semifinals 

Apollo 3, Owensboro Catholic 1 



FINAL ROUND 

Winner's Bracket Final 
Butler 5, Lou. Holy Cross 4 

Loser's Bracket Final 
Apollo 23, Lou. Holy Cross ! 

Finals 

Apollo 6, Butler 5 

Apollo 1, Butler 



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SOCCER 

November 9-12, 1994 • Woodford County Park • Versailles, Kentucky 



29 

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GIRLS' SOCCER 
TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

Quarterfinals 
Reidland 3, Ft Knox 2 
Male 3, South Oldham 2 
Bishop Brossart 1. St Henry 
Lafayette 1 , Tales Creek 

Semifinals 

Male 5, Reidland 1 

Lafayette 1, St. Henry 

Championsf)ip 

Male (21-2-1) 2, Lafayette (16-4-2) 1 (OT) 



Front Row; (L-R) Lauren Hook, Emily Dausman, Leslie Wilson, Melissa Buck, Andrea Johnson, AN 
Davis, Ayryn Chilton, Laura Breeden. Middle Row: Rachel EIrod, Jennifer Davis, Becky Walter, Treva 
Winlock, Laura Sturges, Ashley Frick, Heather Burgin, Back Row: Coach Rick Undenwood, Sienna 
Greenwell, Carrie Allison, Sarah Kaiser, Laura Parker, Heather Nolley, Trainer Kevin Laugherty, 
Michelle Bennett, Asst. Debbie Buck. 



ST. XAVIER TIGERS 



BOYS" SOCCER 
TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

Quarterfinals 

Lexington Catholic 2, South Oldham 1 

St. Xavier 2, Eastern 1 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 2, 

Owensboro Catholic 1 

Montgomery Co. 3, Cov. Holy Cross 1 

Semifinals 

St. Xavier 2, Lexington Catholic 1 (OT) 
Montgomery Co. 3, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins 2 (OT) 

Finals 

St. Xavier (17-4-3) 2, 

Montgomery Co. (14-9-1) 




First Row: (L-R) Pat Owen, Mark Dietz, Matt Brown, Brian Sternberg, Tony Arauz, Joey Wieman, Ryan 
Tracy. Second Row: Coach Rafael Arauz, John Pedro, Eric Schuiz, Pat Brown, Rob Staggs, Dan 
Czerwonka, Dan Cerwinske, Joe Cronen, Ben Bosscher Back Row: PJ Fischer, PeterThurman, Kevin 
Zoeller, John Nichols, Coach Andy Schulten, Michael Greenwell, Paul Brooks, Scott Duthie, BJ 
Montoya, Tony Steward, Bill DuBourg, David Webber, Chris Singerman, Michael Harty, James 
Ignacio, Mitch Lanham, Nick Bauer, Craig Merimee, Greg Forst, Coach Rick Blair. 



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February 17-1 


1995 RESULTS 




Girls' Top 20 






1 . Sacred Heart Academy 




292.5 


2. Notre Dame 




283 


3. Henry Clay 




221 


4. Ballard 




174 


5. Model 




158 


6. Bowling Green 




153 


7. Highlands 




141 


8. Male 




97 


9. Scott 




80 


10. Paul Laurence Dunbar 




78 


11. Elizabethtown 




69 


12. DuPont Manual 




63.5 


13. Tales Creek 




59 


14. Scott County 




54 


15. Lexington Cattiolic 




43 


16. Franklin County 




40 


17. Beechwood 




32 


17. Dixie Heights 




32 


19. St. Henry 




29 


20. Kentucky Country Day 




28 



TEAM SWIMMING 

1995 • Lancaster Aquatics Center • University of Kentucky 



Boys' Top 20 




1. St. Xavier 


358 


2. Highlands 


286 


3. Model 


225 


4. Ballard 


208 


5. Covington Catholic 


203 


6. Paul Laurence Dunbar 


102 


7. Elizabethtown 


86 


8. Bowling Green 


85 


9. Tates Creek 


82 


10 Beechwood 


75 


11 Trinity 


71 


12. Shelby County 


52 


13. Scott 


50 


14. Western Hills 


49 


15. Lafayette 


45.5 


16. Lexington Catholic 


45 


17. Woodford County 


44 


18. Eastern 


43 


19. Henry Clay 


29 


20. Danville 


25 



Combined Top 20 

1. Highlands 

2. Model 


427 
383 


3. Ballard 


382 


4. Henry Clay 

5. Bowling Green 


250 
238 


6. Paul Laurence Dunbar 


180 


7. Elizabethtown 


155 


8. Tates Creek 


141 


9. Scott 


130 


10. Male 


113 


11. Beechwood 


107 


12. Lexington Catholic 


88 


13. DuPont Manual 


75.5 


14. Shelby County 

15. Western Hills 


64 
56 


16. Eastern 


51 


17. Franklin County 

18. Woodford County 


46 
45 


19. Henderson County 

20. Daviess County 


33 
30 




SACRED HEART -- 1995 Girls' Champions -- Front Row Elizabeth Hayward. Brooke Carter, 
Kathleen, Amber McDowell, Asst Joanna Riggs. Back Row: Lindsey Lowre, Katie Mereth. Mary McMahon, 
Jack Mar, Sarah Smith. Erin Staley, Lianne Dossantos, Tankia Atwood, Colleen O'Conner, Christy Crush, 
Caroline Casper Katie Graham 




ST. XAVIER -- 1995 Boys' Champions - 1st Row (l-r) Matt Reinhart, Craig Spears, Chip 
Crush, Tom Grant, Kevin Northup, Jordan Shapero. 2nd Row: Andy Cunningham, Adam Banet, David 
Kingsley, Brad Ball, Matt Pierce, Jason Hornbeck, Garrett McAlister, Mike Tingley 3rd Row: John Grant, 
Donnie Smith, Mike OToole, Marty O'Toole, Joe Bechely, Mack Mitchell, James Graves 




HIGHLANDS -- 1 995 Combined Champions -- Front Row: Jon Waldenmayer, Libby Beyersdoerfer, 
Liz Anderson. Andy Maggio. Katie Storey. Steve Gracey. Second Row: Kacie Walters, Nicole Muehlenkamp. 
Angela Bane. Ellie Mirrielees. Raegan Radenheimer, Lauren Crawford. Lauren Jones. Nancy Barre. Back Row: 
Stephane Kappesser, Ashley Meier, Elizabeth Huddleston, Bobbie Walters, Scott Van Epps, Ben Fowler. Clay 
Kisker, PJ Sauer, Brian Roth. Nick Miller. Bryan Stephens. Todd Dawn. David Roth. 



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/ Broke State Record 

Girls 200 R-Medley 

1 Notre Dame 

2 Henry Clay 

3 Sacred Heart 

4 Model 

5 Highlands 

6 Paul Laurence Dunbar 

7 Male 

8 Bowling Green 

Girls 200 IM 

1 Wagner, Ashley (Notre Dame) 

2 Jayne, Lori (Henry Clay) 

3 Carter, Brooke (Sacred Heart) 

4 Tonini, Kathleen (Sacred Heart) 

5 Bresser, Emily (Notre Dame) 

6 Tatman, Julie (Henry Clay) 

7 Kell, Allison (Franklin Co.) 

8 Baxter, Jennifer (Scott) 



Boys 200 R-Medley 

1 Highlands 

2 St. Xavier 

3 Ballard 

4 Covington Catholic 

5 Model 

6 Lafayette 

7 Tates Creek 



51.14 
51.16 
52.06 
53.63 
57.81 
57.91 
58.82 
08.65 



08.28 
08.90 
10.65 
10.98 
12.41 
13 99 
15.11 
16.03 



8 Eastern 

Boys 200 IM 

1 Page, Jeff (Ballard) 

2 Waldenmayer, J (Highlands) 

3 Van Epps, Scott (Highlands) 

4 Schmelzer, Tom (Ballard) 

5 Northup, Kevin (St. Xavier) 

6 Yuen, Sherwood (Henry Clay) 

7 Carey, Pete (Woodford Co.) 

8 Finck, Jason (Beechwood) 

Girls 200 Free 

1 Zerhusen, Megan (Scott Co.) 

2 Mountford, S. (Henry Clay) 

3 Andriot, Meg (Ballard) 

4 Tucker, S. (Kentucky Country Day) 

5 Radenheimer, R. (Highlands) 

6 Annear, Karen (Notre Dame) 

7 McDowell, Amber (Sacred Heart) 

8 Means, Michelle (Ballard) 

Girts 50 Free 

1 Oliver, Diane (Male) 

2 Rulis, Stephanie (Henry Clay) 

3 Buntzman, Sarah (Bowling Green) 

4 Meckler, Jenna (Model) 

5 Barre, Angela (Highlands) 

6 Weeter, Ashley (Ballard) 

7 Huddleston, E. (Highlands) 

8 Kostelnik, K. (George Rogers Clark) 

Boys 200 Free 

1 Fowler, Ben (Highlands) 

2 Dusing, Nate (Covington Catholic) 

3 Shapero, Jordan (St. Xavier) 

4 Hornbeck, Jason (St. Xavier) 

5 Watson, Patnck (Dunbar) 

6 Pulliam, J.D. (Lexington Catholic) 

7 Fedor, Jon (Covington Catholic) 



1:35.03! 
1:35.39! 
1:38.04 
1:40.02 
1:45.33 
1:45.59 
1:45.83 
1:46.00 



1:52.90! 

1:53.11! 

1:53.33! 
1:53.67 
1:57.07 
1:59.38 
2:00.03 
2:02.87 



54 24 
56 76 
58.50 
59.00 
59.37 
01.07 
01.48 
03.61 



8 Wallace, Jeremy (Tates Creek) 

Boys 50 Free 

1 Stratman, John (Model) 

2 Grant, Tom (St. Xavier) 

3 Macke, Brian (Covington Catholic) 

4 Magan, Jacob (Shelby Co.) 

5 Gracey, Steve (Highlands) 

6 Warren, Brennan (Ballard) 

7 Cahill, Josh (Model) 

8 Dunn, Jonathan (Dunbar) 



2409 
24.36 
24.83 
25.15 
25.39 
25.63 
25.66 
25.84 



40.84 
4262 
45.82 
46.32 
46.48 
46.77 
47.73 
49.12 



21.02! 
21.82 
21.84 
21.98 
22.09 
22.17 
22.19 
22.38 



Girls 1 M Diving 

1 Ruehl, Becky (Villa Madonna) 

2 Murphy, McKenzie (Dixie Heights) 

3 Lorch, Susan (Ballard) 

4 Powers, Kim (Dixie Heights) 

5 Kellerman, C. (St. Henry) 

6 Collins, Katie (Holmes) 

7 Goble, Courtney (Henry Clay) 

8 Hayward, E. (Sacred Heart) 

Girts 100 Free 

1 Zerhusen, Megan (Scott Co.) 

2 Oliver, Diane (Male) 

3 Rulis, Stephanie (Henry Clay) 

4 Buntzman, Sarah (Bowling Green) 

5 Dossantos, Liane (Sacred Heart) 

6 Meckler, Jenna (Model) 

7 Huddleston, E. (Highlands) 

8 Andriot, Meg (Ballard) 

Boys 1 M Diving 

1 Maggio, Andy (Highlands) 

2 Cunningham, Andy (St. Xavier) 

3 Hershey, Ian (Sayre) 

4 Walters, Robbie (Highlands) 

5 Gleeson, Tim (Covington Catholic) 

6 Peart, Nick (Bowling Green) 

7 Davis, Seth (Scott) 

8 Mclvor, Ozzie (Bowling Green) 

Boys 100 Free 

1 Stratman, John (Model) 

2 Grant, Tom (St. Xavier) 

3 Shapero, Jordan (St. Xavier) 

4 Macke, Brian (Covington Catholic) 

5 Dunn, Jonathan (Dunbar) 

6 Warren, Brennan (Ballard) 

7 Bumps, Corrie (Barren Co.) 

8 Cahill, Josh (Model) 

Girts 100 Fly 

1 Cummins, Lisa (DuPont Manual) 

1 Casper, Caroline (Sacred Heart) 

3 French, Jennifer (Elizabethtown) 

4 Musk, Ellen (Notre Dame) 
McDowell, Amber (Sacred Heart) 
Koch, Tyler (Dunbar) 
Jordan, Kristin (Dunbar) 



491.55! 
456.15 
412.70 
411 35 
396.65 
376.90 
372.40 
367.70 



52.21 
52.49 
53.74 
54.04 
55.28 
55.72 
56.07 
56.22 



443.05 
427 70 
42435 
355.15 
346,20 
337.20 
324 75 
317.40 



46.60 
48.07 
48.15 
4830 
4844 
4866 
48.78 
49.11 



59.75 
59.75 
00.49 
00.80 
01.60 
02.35 
02.46 
02.53 



5:10.05 
5:15.21 
5:16.84 
5:18.74 
5:20.37 
5:22.17 
5:22.49 



5 
6 
7 
8 Parsons, Susan (Model) 

Girts 500 Free 

1 Jayne, Lori (Henry Clay) 

2 Musk, Ellen (Notre Dame) 

3 Radenheimer, R. (Highlands) 

4 Mountford, S. (Henry Clay) 

5 Shipman, Brianne (Ballard) 

6 Rich, Helen (Scott) 

7 Annear, Karen (Notre Dame) 

8 McMahon, Mary (Sacred Heart) 5:30.28 

Boys 100 Fly 

1 Page, Jeff (Ballard) 50.81! 

2 Schmelzer, Tom (Ballard) 51.00! 

3 Crush, Chip (St. Xavier) 51.98 

4 Watson, Patrick (Dunbar) 52.29 

5 Gracey, Steve (Highlands) 52.47 

6 Staley, Matt (Beechwood) 53.33 

7 Thompson, Travis (Danville) 53.85 

8 Moeller, Dennis (Covington Catholic) 54.16 

Boys 500 Free 

1 Fowler, Ben (Highlands) 4:32.69 

2 Dusing, Nate (Covington Catholic) 4:33.65 

3 Hornbeck, Jason (St. Xavier) 4:42.58 

4 Pulliam, J.D. (Lexington Catholic) 4:46.61 

5 Vencill, Kicker (Model) 4:51.58 

6 Thomas, Chris (Ballard) 4:54.63 

7 Wallace, Jeremy (Tates Creek) 4:58.11 

8 Smith, Donnie (St. Xavier) 5:00.98 



Girts 200 R-Free 






1 Sacred Heart 


1:42.23 


2 Ballard 


1:42.46 


3 Bowling Green 


1:44.08 


4 Notre Dame 


1:44.16 


5 Model 


1:44.27 


6 Male 


1:44.53 


7 Tates Creek 


1:45.58 


8 Highlands 


1:46.04 


Girls 100 Breast 




1 Wagner, Ashley (Notre Dame) 


1:04.93 


2 Carter, Brooke (Sacred Heart) 


1:08.15 


3 Tatman, Julie (Henry Clay) 


1:08.35 


4 Kell, Allison (Franklin Co.) 


1:08.40 


5 Cummins, Lisa (DuPont Manual) 


1:09.09 


6 Nageleisen, N (Notre Dame) 


1:09.30 


7 Weeter, Ashley (Ballard) 


1:09.41 


8 Vessels, Nicole (Owens. Catholic) 


1:09.94 


Boys 200 R-Free 




1 Highlands 


1:26.20! 


2 Model 


1:27.43 


3 Ballard 


1:27.56 


4 St. Xavier 


1:30.84 


5 Elizabethtown 


1:33,04 


6 Tates Creek 


1:33.72 


7 Paul Laurence Dunbar 


1:34.37 


8 Bowling Green 


1:34.88 


Boys 100 Breast 




1 Van Epps, Scott (Highlands) 


57.88! 


2 Northup, Kevin (St. Xavier) 


59.59 


3 Yuen, Sherwood (Henry Clay) 


59.87 


4 Bever, Patnck (Elizabethtown) 




00.41 


5 Carey, Pete (Woodford Co.) 




01.10 


6 Shaheen, David (Eastern) 




01.88 


7 Duvall, Brian (Harnson Co.) 




03.47 


8 Fischer, Kurt (Scott) 




03.53 


Girls 100 Back 




1 Tonini, Kathleen (Sacred Heart) 


59,50 


2 Bresser, Emily (Notre Dame) 


59,95 


3 Jordan, Kristin (Dunbar) 




01.49 


4 Dossantos, Liane (Sacred Heart) 




01.74 


5 Parsons, Susan (Model) 




01.92 


6 Tucker, S. (Kentucky Country Day) 




02.13 


7 Ahr, Kim (St. Henry) 




02.86 


8 Thomas, Deanne (Bowling Green) 


1:03,77 


Girts 400 R-Free 




1 Henry Clay 


3:38,55 


2 Notre Dame 


3:41,80 


3 Ballard 


3:41,92 


4 Sacred Heart 


3:42,76 


5 Bowling Green 


3:48.73 


6 Model 


3:54.01 


7 Scott 


3:54.32 


8 Elizabethtown 


3:55.09 


Boys 100 Back 




1 Crush, Chip (St. Xavier) 


50.98 


2 Waldenmayer, J. (Highlands) 


51,69 


3 Satterty, Neal (Western Hills) 


53,78 


4 Tingley, Michael (St. Xavier) 


5478 


5 Staley, Matt (Beechwood) 


54.79 


6 Thompson, Travis (Danville) 


5504 


7 Palmer, Brett (Model) 


55.45 


8 Moeller, Dennis (Covington Catholic) 55.53 


Boys 400 R-Free 




1 St. Xavier 


3:10.86 


2 Covington Catholic 


3:10.93 


3 Model 


3:14.52 


4 Elizabethtown 


3:24.38 


5 Trinity 


3:28.94 


6 Highlands 


3:30.17 


7 Paul Laurence Dunbar 


3:30.74 


8 Ballard 


3:31.48 



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32 



ATHLETE 



TENNIS 



June 1-3, 1995 • University of Kentucky • Lexington, Kentucky 




1995 Girls' Champions - LONE OAK 

Rebecca Holland, Jamie O'Hara, Abby Brazzell, Dana Swann, Nikki Edwards, Sarah Suitor 



GIRLS ALL-STATE 



Manisha Patel 
Katie Steele 
Marjie Spray 
Jackie Trail 
Caroline Kirk 
Janet Baker 
Katie Kerr 
Crystal Sammons 
Kelli Williams 
Kara Molony 
Abby Brazzell 
Dana Swann 
Jamie O'Hara 
Nikki Edwards 



Apollo 
Ballard 
Beechwood 
Reidland 
Henry Clay 
Henry Clay 
Henry Clay 
Lawrence Co. 
Lawrence Co. 
Notre Dame 
Lone Oak 
Lone Oak 
Lone Oak 
Lone Oak 





BOYS ALL-STATE 







1995 Boys' Champions ~ BALLARD 

Scott Gilmour, Jason Lawrence, Spencer Wilcox, Coach Pat Mitchell, Kyle Newell, 
Paul Fisher, Scott Duncan 



Spencer Wilcox 
Michael Hornback 
Chris Hayden 
Ben Schreiber 
Matt Emery 
Yanny Murray 
Bradley Herrera 
Chad Williams 
Jamey Seilars 
Luke Woodward 
Rob Pierce 
Trey Eubanks 
Dan McElheney 
Chris Kiesel 
Trey Cranfill 
Brad Hambrick 



Ballard 
Murray 
Henderon Co. 
Covington Catholic 
Lex. Christian 
Lex. Christian 
Woodford Co. 
Lawrence Co. 
Lawrence Co. 
Daviess Co. 
Daviess Co. 
Ky. Country Day 
Dixie Heights 
South Oldham 
South Oldham 
St. Xavier 



"Chosen by the KTCA 





Girls' Team Scores 




Boys' Team Scores 




*Lone Oak 


12 


Danville 2 


Ballard 


11 


Bowling Green 


2 


Henry Clay 


11 


Franklin-Simpson 2 


St. Xavier 


10 


Franklin Co. 


2 


Ballard 


8 


Grayson Co. 2 


Henderson Co. 


8 


Grayson Co. 


2 


Lawrence Co. 


7 


Ky. Country Day 2 


Ky. Country Day 


6 


Russell 


2 


Apollo 


6 


Madison Central 2 


Daviess Co. 


6 


Simon Kenton 


2 


Henderson Co. 


6 


St. Camillus 2 


Clay Co. 


5 


Adair Co. 




Reidland 


6 


South Oldham 2 


Covington Catholic 


5 


Fairdale 




Notre Dame 


5 


Elizabethtown 1 


Dixie Heights 


5 


Greenwood 




Beechwood 


4 


PRP 1 


Lawrence Co. 


5 


Southern 




Glasgow 


4 


Model 1 


Lexington Christian 


5 


South Laurel 




Boone Co. 


3 




Henry Clay 


4 






Collegiate 


3 


* Won title after playoff with Henry 


Murray 


4 






Male 


3 


Clay. Both teams had finished 


South Oldham 


4 






Woodford Co. 


3 


regular tournament competition 


Somerset 


3 






Bourbon Co. 


2 


with 1 1 points each. 


Westem Hills 


3 






Central Hardin 


2 




Woodford Co. 


3 






Clay Co. 


2 




Ashland Paul Blazer 


2 







1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 



33 



GIRLS' SINGLES TENNIS 



iBchie Trail (Bl fletdland 



a Brantley (10) Glas gow 



andy Roberts (9) Balla rd 



I Ke niucitv Country Day 



lane Hensley (12 ) Monigomery C 



r> Aubffly (12) Pleasut e Ridge F 



.aura Morgan (7) Lee C o 



lili Day (9) Clay Co 
[glly-Mane Millef (ll)M ale 



Virgin (9) Paul B lazef 



9 Caywood (lOl Bouf bon Co 



\mti Chapman (91 Pau l Bazef 



h Surtor (61 Lone O ak 



" ISpears Sourh Oldham 



n Spears (9) Sou lh Oldhann 



^obyn Adams (111 Bour bon Co 



a Motony (10) Notre Dame 

ah Shipley (12) Pleas ure Ridge P 



n Donovan (12) D anvi 



B Steele (12) Ballar d 



n Egqers (ii) Louisvil te Collegia 





HPenaimonWebs. 
^bstw Co 


blCo 


3ve 








nCo 


<a»Biadsha*(i21 


Franklin Co 




Ive 











n Brvani (ill Glas gow 




1995 Girls' Singles Champion 

JACKIE TRAIL 

Reidland 



Jackie Trail, Reidland 



Kara Molony, Notre Dame 



Jackie Trail, Reidland 



a Motony Notre Dam e 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



34 



ATHLETE 



GIRLS' DOUBLES TENNIS 



Nikkl Ect«.rds(121/J«rt« 0'H«.(9I Lor«, 0»» 

lEdwaras/O Ha. Lone OiU. 
Bv8 1 


Bethany Tufn«(12)/Jana BanJef(ii) BuOe* 

h'Ufrwf/BafOe* Bunet 
BV8 






9onCo 




KfWln DwnpewomiZl/Safoh Havdendl) Hend« 
ICXmoeworl/Havden Hen 
Bve 










Mells,, HpncodipOlfTriicsy [)«nlon(i01 PRP 
lHoncoc*/D6n1on PRP 


>emoewott/Havd6n 6-0. 6-0 
dCo 




6« 




Nicole WebbefMll/Healhw Comb3<i0) Woodtor 
iWebbef/Comba Woodio 
Bve 












Vebber/Combs 6-3. 6- 






CO 6-4, 6-4 










AnTvWouqh(ei/U2Conlev(1i) Bourbon Co 

KJWY Whlle«(?)/Ma/ga,el Fi,c|oa{7) Dan.nie 

IWnnM/Fuooa Danville 
Bve 


Webber/Combs 6-3, 6- 










Hollle Kell«l121/TaJa Webbll 1 1 Bullm CentiaJ 
TKu. !i3o.m ISmflh/Huahea Lawrence 


Smrth/Hyqhe9 6-0,6-i 




Motfv Smltwizi/Tonva HuaheaJIII Lawrence Co 


Baker/Kort Henry Clav 6 


^at i;noc "1 


l§alist/K?fi Hfnry Cla, 


















ITownsenO/Famw S La 
Bve 




Jennrte* EckdOl/Madv pemme«le<e) Beechwood 
lEck/Piimmene ?eecliwo 
Bve 














Ashlev AhfenadOl/Klmbertv HaagdIIMaJe 


livins^Thomas 6-1. 6-2 




T^ur 11501m IBivlns^homas Apolk) 6- 
S»an Blvlnsl91/Neolev Tnom«s(6) Aoolkj 


enrv Clav 6-0, 6-0 






iCowden/Rlchardaon Ba 




Bve 




Julie RedtefndZI/Cnsbna Afce(91 Eluabomiown 

TKu. M 30 . m iReOfof n/Arco Elizabelhlc 

MafY Bein Roblnaon{71/CafOlvn Lavie(iO) St Ca; 




1 6-1 










Jennt1e» Na3hl12)/Lewh &advd2) Cenual Hard- 
iNaah/Bradv Central Har 
Bve 


;:^wdan/Richardson 6- 






Jennv Kale Unde™oodjl1i;A™nda Nelsonlnl 

Th„rri3oim IStophet/Ehrlich Colteoia 

Mapihall Slophet H2l/Slacev Enrich (12) Colleg 

Bve 


Jash/Brady 6-2, 7-6 [7-5) 


Wtihiti/Hlle Preeenlanori 
J?nn»er Klumtdn/J<n™lef Hne(12) P.esenlalio 










IGrav/Willlams Henderao 
Uhdsav Gravd21/Em», Wllll.med2) Handetsoh 

gaigy (;re9ny^l|91W"n«» Maup,n(7) Model 


Hile/Ruefil 6-0, 6-2 












Bve 


Hile/Ruehl 6-0, 7-6(7-21 








JuUanna HlletlOl/Claudta RuehHIOI Boone Co 




Bve 










l^swh/vleclison Danvlll 
Noel JoeeohdOl/Amanda Jacksondol Danvrlle 

Bve 




6 6-9 










JMcMlllen/Oenlon PRP 




tjarey McMlllen|12)/L|ujra Dentond2) PRP 

Rebecca 3elvevd21/Painaa Bormraqerdzl Had. 

Tr<oriooim ISaaHeld/Wella Boochwo 

Natalie Saalfeidd D/Clndv Wellain) Beechwooc 




6-0 








Bve 


SammonsAVilliams 6-2, 6-0 




ISBnTTions/Willianra Lawi 




c;^Y3lal 5ttmmon3(i01/KeUI W,lian«(8) Law.erice 

Lw Gentrv(iil/Und3ev BatedU Glaaoow 

Th.. M3o.^ iGenlTY/Bate Glasqow 6- 
Leah SaniPted aVJuHa MiUerdZ) Mate 

6ve 




















Caroline Behnken(ii)/Enn Crawloiddil Gtavso 








6-1 










rn«. 11 30i.m. IStiobe/Saiadi Henrv Cla 
Karri HaowarddOl/Sadhan VwaO) Si Can^llus 

Bve 












a, ^-00... 








Jodie WflbefdOl/Karvn TrIvenrtBl Madiaon Cen 
Thur naoi.m IWeber/Tnvene Madison 




sell Lone Oak 6-4. 6-2 




Amv WebWi21/Katte Raine3<i21 Paul Blazer 
Bve 














iKellY/BrYanI Butler Co. 
Jennrter Kellv(i21/Lorl BfVBnt(i21 BuOer Co. 

Bve 










nCo 










Swann/Braziell 6-3. 6- 


" 








ah 


Dana Swann(i21/Abbv BfanelKiil Lone Oak 












1995 Doubles Champions 

JANET BAKER, KATIE KERR 

Henry Clay 



Janet Baker/Katie Kerr 




(Henry Clay) 


Baker/Kerr (Henry Clay) 


Crystal Sammons/ 


6-0, 6-0 



Kellie Williams 
(Lawrence Co.) 



ATHLETE 

BOYS' SINGLES TENNIS 



35 



IBajcen21Sl Mary 



IBojcc si Mary 



anen Bfev Mi) DeSal ea 
md Hambflch (10) Si 



eltv Horseman (101 Linc oln Co 



.duafcto Guirola (121 P ana 
lenli Sourtoch f91 Clay C o 



ISpurlock Clay Co 



n McEir>er>ev mi DIx W HeightB 



iMcElhengy QlxW Height i 



VK Tfant (121 Middtegb oro 

Th,j> nioim lGla39COck FttirdEle Def aun 

kw Glasscock 1121 Fal rdate 



ISSHaj 



Eubanka KCD 7-6 (7-' 




1995 Boys' Singles Champion 

TREY EUBANKS 

Kentucky Country Day 



iBCOb Shams (ni Bards lown 



" l^hama Bafdstow 



Trey Eubanks 




(Kentucky Country Day) 






Trey Eubanks, 




(Ky, Country Day) 


Ben Schreiber 


6-3, 6-3 



(Covington Catholic) 



rtin Yeaoef (61 Pinie Hetqha 

lEvans Greenw 



nny Htadon (121 Baf dMown 



d Hyref fl (ill Woo dfo<d Co 



iHsfTwa WoQdtord Co. 



i Meadows (91 Soma raet 



iMeedows Somersei 



ahul Tancton (10) Mun ay 

Thur M 30, m iMcBflde ■ 

cm McBflde (lil Hen derson Co 



penger Wlkxix (ni Ba llaid 



Aurtch (121 Pa na 



Uunch Pans 



1 KNachklndil Hen ry Qay 
jbte Lawsondll Sol 
1 Cook (121 Scon Co 



1>Q¥Bchkln Henry Clay 



" IWillta 



3 Partef(121 DeSa les 

[Gregory Clay C 



nihony Miltef (12I Apo llo 



iMiltef Apolto 



Ben Schreiber Covinqio n Calholic 6 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



36 

• • • 



ATHLETE 



BOYS' DOUBLES TENNIS 



B Woodwaf d[ 1 2)/RQ b Piefce< 1 1 ) Davess Co 



WoocJwajd/Piefce 6 



Kelly Lvl<ln3n2}/BtJC)( V 



Joel John9on[i£l/Jefam v Huni(iC 
Kyle BaleaMOJ/Hunlef D oefT(l1)5 



n MosefdOl/Janod Coopef{i2) Gteenwood 

iMosef/Coopef Greenw ood 

ael Sflliaburyjlll/Ad am Ruft(l2) Bowling Green 
ISali3b<jry/Rurt Bowtrnq G re 



l)/Rot>e fl Kiir>glosn¥th(l2) Clay 



I s all; 



WooJward/Ptefce Davte sa Co 



[121/Eflc R osen 1) DeSaiea 
jfMD/KvlflN ewellOl Ballard 



gay Boonenn/Jason ReddondU Mason Co 

Alex Maurvidi3(91/Pelerf bmn21 Paul Blazer 

|Maurvidi3/Uni Paul Blaz er 



vin Cruca(i i )/Ben Cle ve)and( i • 



n GBbbard(121/Jeie rrrt' Gat 



Wpodward/Ptefce 6-2. 6-4 




1995 Doubles Champions 

LUKE WOODWARD, ROB PIERCE 

Daviess County 



Luke Woodward/Rob Pierce 



Edmund 5aver(ii)/Brad Smiih(iO) Ba/daiown 



Gabbard/Gabbard 6>0 . 



Jeremey PaqeM2l/Joe MeadowsOl Somersel 

Matt Slm3( 12)/ Robert Ku Di>er(12) DeSates 

Tnut. w soi.m IChaby/Plaiaied Henry C lay 6-3. 3-£ 

Ruasell Cbabv(iO)/Tom Plal3ied02l Henry Clavl 

Tngr4D0pm ChabyyPlai; 



(Daviess Co.) 



Yanny Murray/Matt Emery 



Luke Woodward/Rob Pierce 



(Daviess County) 7-5, 6-3 



(Lexington Christian) 



Brenl Mann[i2>/Jeremy SIubbte()eld(6) Pans 
iRouse/DennlBon Murr 



Thiomaa FearsinyZac k ^ 



ihn Bun(iO)/Je» Clem entsjiZ) Bar 



ick(l2)/Tobv Cunv{i; 



Date HilledD/Manhew 



" iHiile/Kniqhl Sorrtersel 



Ben BlevinsdOl/Eddie HBn9lev(i2) 



^ 



IMurray/ Emery Lexir^lo n Chr 
Mun-ay(71/Mat1 E merv(6) Lexington Ctiristian 



iGreenburq/Leslef Hano dsburq 
David G[eenburq(l 21/L ee LeslertSl Harrodsburd 

Thu.,;30pm I pQwdy/Short e-7 12-71. 



a Dowdv(i21/Man Shortini Russell 
Fi3her(nl/Soot1 Du ncanHOl Balla/d 



Murrav/Emefv 6-7(4-7^ .6 



ray/Emery Lex. Chn stian 4 



7994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



ATHLETE 



37 




CHARGING 

Keith Clary, working his first Boys' Sweet 
Sixteen, calls a charge during the St. Xavier 
game. 



DOWN LOW 

A wrestling official gets down tight to determine a pin during the 1995 State 
Wrestling Championships. 




INTRODUCTIONS 

Referee Glenn Brown introduces the captains prior to the 1 995 
Boys' State Championship game. From left to right, PRP's 
Gilwan Nelson and Charles Taylor, Brown, Breckinridge County's 
Patrick Critchelow and Adam Mattingly. 



NET? 

John Smith of Louisville worked the line during the 1994 State 
Volleyball Championships at Ryle High School in Northern 
Kentucky. 



1994-95 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



38 



ATHLETE 

TRACK & FIELD 



CLASS A GIRLS 



Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Tori Tillman, Danville, 16,25 

2. Amy Bal<er, Dayton, 16 64 

3. Sarrah Wrenn, Carroll County, 17 30 

4. Melissa Williams, Fairview, 17.53 

5. Hallison Putnam, Sayre, 17.89 

6. Joyce Goodman, Hickman County, 17.95 

Girls' 100 Meter Dasti 
1- Terica Hathaway, Providence, 13 01 

2 Erika Black, St Francis, 13 03 

3 Amy Courtney, Hickman County, 13 11 

4. Ashley Murray, Pans, 13 36 

5. Nicki Schild, St. Henry, 13 36 

6 Von Jefferson, Russellville, 13.58 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1 Russellville, 1:50.96 

2 Bishop Brossart, 1:52 72 

3 Harrodsburg, 1:53 70 

4 Caverna, 1 54 45 

5 St Henry, 1:5504 

6. Murray, 1 55.87 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 
1 Mindy Martin, Walton Verona, 5:23.14 

2. Hannah Jirak, Lexington Christian, 5:33 49 

3. Mary Ballard, Bethlehem, 5 35 65 

4. Laura Brammell, Lexington Christian, 5 38 74 

5 Jessica Goodman, Hickman County. 5:42 37 
6. Leah Chapman, Providence, 5:46.60 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 
1 Russellville, 51 93 

2. Caverna, 52.71 

3. Evarts, 53.21 

4. Dayton, 53 31 

5. Carroll County, 53 61 

6. Harlan, 54 42 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1 Erika Black, St Francis, 59 42 

2 Vicki Thies, Newport Central Catholic, 59.90 
3- Terica Hathaway, Providence, 1:00 21 

4 Christy Schmidt, Walton Verona, 1:02 63 

5. Ora Clay, Cumberland County, 1:04 27 

6 Autumn Haynes, Hazard. 1:04 57 

Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Tori Tillman. Danville, 48.82 

2 Tara Bailey, Evarts, 49 43 

3 Rachel Patnck, Williamsburg. 49.67 

4 Karen Miller. Bishop Brossart. 49 72 

5 Eryn Welch, Bethlehem, 50.75 

6 Candice Vogt, St Henry, 50 96 

Girls' 800 Meter Dash 
1. Christy Schmidt, Walton Verona, 2:22.94 
2 Allison Aboud, Kentucky Country Day, 2 23 27 

3. Hannah Jirak, Lexington Christian, 2:32.99 

4. Ashley Bentley, Fleming-Neon, 2:35 79 

5 Jessica Goodman, Hickman County. 2:36,35 

6. Erica Horton, Caverna, 2;36.64 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1 Erika Black, St Francis. 26 40 

2 Terica Hathaway. Providence. 26.96 

3 Von Jefferson, Russellville, 26 98 

4 Nicki Schild, St Henry, 26 99 

5 Amy Courtney. Hickman County, 27.71 

6 Autumn Haynes, Hazard. 28 11 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1 , Adrienne Lima, St Mary. 1 1 46 80 

2. Mindy Martin. Walton Verona. 12:09 65 

3 Laura Brammell, Lexington Christian. 12:20.32 

4 Laura Bohanon, St Mary. 12 24 21 

5. Allison Aboud. Ky Country Day. 12;29 72 

6. Leah Chapman. Providence, 12:42.29 



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Barry Binkley. Back Row; Jay Sprague, Crystal Kiefer, Candi Downs, Amy Becker, Coach 
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Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1 Bishop Brossart. 4:11 39 

2 Russellville. 4:20.56 

3 Dayton. 4:22.16 

4 Brown, 4:25,63 

5 Cumberland County, 4:26 12 
6. Hickman County, 4:26 37 

Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 

1 Walton Verona, 10:12.46 

2 Bishop Brossart, 10:22 35 

3 St Mary, 10 24 43 

4 Kentucky Country Day, 10 33 67 

5 Bethlehem, 10 38 27 

6 Lexington Christian, 10:45 66 

Girls' Shot Put 

1 Krissy Davis. St Francis. 34'2 

2 Michelle Hamblin. Williamsburg, 33'9 

3 Kim Hopson. Providence, 33'4 

4 Shelly Mays, Harrodsburg, 33'3 25 

5 Candi Downs. Dayton. 33'1 25 

6 Amanda Combs. Cordia. 33'1 25 

Girls' Discus 

1 Candi Downs. Dayton. 114'1 

2 Shelly Mays. Harrodsburg. 104'5 

3 Jenny Kiefer, Bellevue, 100'5 

4 Krissy Davis, St Francis, 95'6 

5 Terica Hathaway. Providence, 94'4 

6 Tiff Compton, South Floyd. 94'1 

Girls' Long Jump 

1 Amy Baker. Dayton. 15'11 25 

2 Tori Tillman. Danville. 15'10 

3 Hallison Putnam, Sayre, 15'3 125 

4 Nicki Schild, St. Henry, 15'2 5 

5 Patricia Wood, Oneida Baptist. 15'.25 
6. Lindsey Queener, Williamsburg. 14'7 5 

Girls' High Jump 

1 Amy Baker, Dayton, 5'2 

2 Yolanda Jefferson, Russellville, 5'2 
3. Tori Tillman, Danville, 50 

4 Dana Diehl, St. Henry. 4'10 

5 Sarah Stanton. Lexington Christian. 4'10 

6 Karl Lindsey, Pikeville. 4'10 



Girls' Class A Team Totals 




Dayton 


50.00 


Russellville 


43.00 


St Francis 


42.00 


Walton Verona 


42.00 


Danville 


34.00 


Providence 


34.00 


Bishop Brossart 


30.00 


Lexington Christian 


27.00 


St Mary 


20.00 


Harrodsburg 


18.00 


St Henry 


17.00 


Williamsburg 


15.00 


Evarts - 


14.00 


Hickman County 


14.00 


Kentucky Country Day 


14.00 


Caverna 


13.00 


Bethlehem 


1000 


Carroll County 


8.00 


Newport Central Catholic 


800 


Sayre 


800 


Bellevue 


6.00 


Brown 


4.00 


Cumberland County 


4.00 


Fairview 


4.00 


Fleming-Neon 


4.00 


Paris 


4.00 


Hazard 


2.00 


Oneida Baptist 


2.00 


Cordia 


1.00 


Harlan 


1.00 


Mun-ay 


1.00 


Pikeville 


1.00 


South Floyd 


1.00 



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Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Chris Wehrman, Ludlow. 16,14 

2. Dan Phirman. Bishop Brossart, 16.27 

3. Garland Hurt, Frankfort, 16,69 

4. Rande Siler, Williamsburg, 16.99 

5. Colin Broderick, Nicholas County, 17 03 

6. Jeff Concentine. K/layfield, 17.11 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 
1. Salim Sanchez, Murray, 11.42 
2- Derrick Russell. Trigg County, 11.46 

3. Marcus Thomas, Russellville, 11.51 

4. Jay Parks. Harrodsburg, 11 67 

5. Jamie Greene, Fairview, 11 77 

6. Gerald Lundsford, Mayfield, 11.79 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Jason Boberg, Bellevue. 4:36.13 

2. Greg Duty, Dayton, 4:39.90 

3. Bo Alexander, Hickman County, 4:40.64 

4. Brandon Rousseau, St. Mary. 4:47,29 

5. Ryan Vitatoe, Evarts, 4:47.42 

6. Corey Erdmann, Model, 4:47.57 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Murray. 44.19 

2. Trigg County. 44.48 

3. Russellville, 45.06 

4. Bellevue, 45.18 

5. Bardstown, 45.24 

6. Harrodsburg. 45.57 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Shalmon Radford. Tngg County, 50.28 

2. Simon Radford, Trigg County, 50.64 

3. Jerry Anderson, Williamsburg. 51.54 

4. Chris Crouch. Bath County. 52.42 
5 Jeremiah Bryl. Dayton. 52.75 

6. Curtis Compton. Nicholas County. 52.94 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1. Jamie Green. Fairview. 42.19 

2. Garland Hurt. Frankfort. 42.59 

3. Chris Wehrman. Ludlow. 42.79 

4. Don Ketron. Carroll County. 42.91 

5. Titus Phillips, Tngg County, 42.94 

6. Spencer Waterbury, Model, 43.93 

Boys' 800 Meter Dash 

1. Jason Anderson, St. Mary. 2:02.53 

2. Shawn Egan, St. Henry. 2:03.07 

3. Brad Casey. St. Henry. 2:03.49 

4. Adam Keck. Riverside Chhstian, 2:06.79 

5. Rodney Byron, Tngg County, 2:07.62 

6. Will Rotterening, St. Mary, 2:09.14 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Marcus Thomas, Russellville, 22.73 

2. Salim Sanchez, Murray, 22.83 

3. Lamar Alexander. Trigg County, 23,41 
4 Jamie Greene, Fairview, 23,45 

5, Jacob Jumper, Oneida Baptist 23.59 

6. Gerald Lundsford. Mayfield. 23.86 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Brent Willett, St Mary, 10:1503 

2. Justin West, Bellevue. 10:22 04 

3. Ryan Smith, Walton Verona, 10:22 55 

4. Bo Alexander, Hickman County. 10:26 36 

5. Ryan Vitatoe, Evarts, 10:55.53 

6. Michael Sloane. Bardstown, 10:59,63 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1, Trigg County. 3:28.75 

2. Russellville, 3:30.16 

3 Bishop Brossart, 3:32.47 

4. Newport Central Catholic, 3:35.01 

5. Oneida Baptist, 3:41,24 

6. Carroll County, 3:41,54 



TRIGG COUNTY WILDCATS 




Front Row/: (L-R) Ben Davis, Levar Alexander, Titus Phillips, Simon Radford, Derrick Russell, 
Back Row/: AD, Taylor Sparks, Coach Rick Larson, QuintonQuartes, Shalmon Radford, Rodney 
Byron, Pat Brady, Eli Hopson, Asst, Principal George Radford. 



Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 

1 St Mary, 8:26,56 

2 St Henry, 8 28,50 

3, Bishop Brossart, 8:36 90 

4, Russellville, 8:45 61 

5, Tngg County, 8:47 18 

6, Riverside Christian. 8:47,99 

Boys' Shot Put 

1, Dennis Johnson. Harrodsburg. 51 '8,75 

2, Noah Asher, Harlan, 47'10 

3, Demethus Powell, Providence, 45'10,25 

4, J R, Hathaway, Providence, 45'2 5 

5, Todd Jackson, Williamsburg, 45', 25 

6, Willie Bartley, Pikeville. 44'6 

Boys' Discus 

1, Dennis Johnson, Harrodsburg, 167'4 

2, J,R, Hathaway, Providence, 147'4 

3, Demethus Powell, Providence, 141 '6 

4, Justin Benassi, Frankfort, 140'5 

5, John Bell, Murray, 131 '9 

6, Jay Parks, Harrodsburg, 129'11 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1, Tony Pabst, Bellevue, 12'6 

2, Chhs Bartels, Bishop Brossart. 12' 

3, Ben Davis. Trigg County, 11' 

4, Garland Hurt, Frankfort, 10'6 

5, Tony Floro, Danville, 10'6 

6, Troy Osborne, Providence, 10'6 

Boys' Thple Jump 

1, Aaron Jones, Bellevue, 44'7 5 

2, Dennis Johnson, Harrodsburg, 42'5,5 

3, Steve Bryan, Newport Central Catholic, 41'11,5 

4, Brent Crisp. Mayfield. 41'9,5 

5, Scott Doyle. Cavema. 409,25 

6 Octavian Todd, Russellville, 40'8,5 

Boys' Long Jump 
1 Maurice Maddox, Bardstown, 21 '1 
2, Mike French, Nicholas County, 20'S 
3 Chris Wehrman, Ludlow. 20'4 

4, Keith Morris. Russellville. 19'8 

5, Jay Lunce. Williamsburg. 19'4,5 

6 George Holloway. Ballard Memorial. 19'4,25 



Boys' High Jump 

1, Seth Philyaw. Oneida Baptist. 6'4 

2, Jimmy Ice. Bethlehem, 6'4 

3, David Caldwell. Fairview. 6'2 

4, Keith Morris. Russellville. 6'2 

5, Aaron Jones, Bellevue, 6'2 

6, Justin West, Bellevue, 60 



Boys' Class A Team Totals 




Trigg County 


6200 


Bellevue 


45,00 


Russellville 


43,00 


St, Mary 


35,00 


Harrodsburg 


34,00 


Murray 


30,00 


Bishop Brossart 


2800 


Providence 


25,00 


Fairview 


22,00 


Frankfort 


22,00 


Ludlow 


2200 


St Henry 


22,00 


Oneida Baptist 


14,00 


Williamsburg 


14,00 


Bardstown 


13,00 


Nicholas County 


11,00 


Dayton 


10.00 


Hickman County 


10.00 


Newport Central Catholic 


10.00 


Bethlehem 


8.00 


Harian 


8.00 


Mayfield 


7.00 


Walton Verona 


6.00 


Carroll County 


5.00 


Riverside Christian 


5.00 


Bath County 


4.00 


Evarts 


4.00 


Caverna 


2.00 


Danville 


2.00 


Model 


2.00 


Ballard Memorial 


1 00 


Pikeville 


1.00 



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Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Becky Collingsworth, West Carter, 15.57 

2. Aimee Bohn, Russell, 16.22 

3. Katie Boarman, Owensboro Catholic, 16 72 

4. Leslie Ford, Monroe County, 16.73 

5. Elise Kearns, Boyle County, 16.83 

6. Amanda Bastin, Russell County, 17.18 

Girls' 100 Meter Dasti 

1 Danielle Carruther, Paducah Tilghman, 12.54 

2 Ladawn Todd. Fort Knox, 12.84 

3 Nikki Bugg, Mercer County, 12.87 

4. Ellice Cherry, Newport, 12 98 

5. Shae Houser, Lone Oak, 13.15 

6. Katie Waldridge, Anderson County, 13.30 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1. Elizabethtown, 1:48.29 

2 Fort Knox, 1:48.47 

3 Fort Campbell, 1:49.08 

4 Caldwell County, 1:49.40 

5 Newport, 1:51.07 

6 Western Hills. 1:51,42 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 
1 Jenny Koch. Western Hills, 5:22.73 

2. Mane Perry, Western Hills. 5:23 01 

3. Chnstibeth Johnston, Hart County, 5:26.02 

4. Carmen Patrick, Fort Campbell, 5:28.08 
5 Karen Lutes, Harrison County, 5:37.09 
6. Laura Bloyd, Green County, 5.39 42 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman. 50 61 

2. Caldwell County, 50 90 

3. Newport, 51,41 

4 Fort Knox, 52.30 

5 Elizabethtown, 52.60 

6 Western Hills. 52.91 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Shekera Weston, Fort Campbell, 0:55.46 

2. Nicole Muehlenkamp, Highlands. 1:00 19 

3. Amy Lochow. Russell. 1:00.76 

4. Rhonda Smith. Franklin-Simpson. 1:01.70 

5 Nikki Bugg, Mercer County, 1:02 09 

6 Nikki Reed, Betsy Layne, 1:03.02 

Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Marcisha Brazley, Fort Campbell, 46 33 

2. Becky Collingsworth. West Carter, 47.01 

3. Amanda Bastin, Russell County, 47.58 

4. Brooke Lencki. Calloway County. 47 67 

5. Katie Boarman, Owensboro Catholic, 48 84 

6. Elsie Kearns, Boyle County, 49 74 

Girls' 800 Meter Dash 

1. Marie Perry, Western Hills, 2:20.01 

2. Megan Shepherd. Boyle County, 2:25.21 

3. Barbara Carlson, Mason County, 2:27.78 

4. Erin Fields, Fort Knox, 2:28.79 

5. Tara Foltz, Caldwell County, 2:29.00 

6. Mindy Asbury, Russell, 2:30.77 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Shekera Weston, Fort Campbell, 25.18 

2. Danielle Carruther, Paducah Tilghman, 25.69 

3. Monica Pnnce, Elizabethtown, 26.65 

4. Ladawn Todd. Fort Knox. 26.67 

5. Nikki Bugg. Mercer County, 26.82 

6. Tara Montgomery, Manon County, 27.07 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Christibeth Johnston, Hart County, 11:36.15 

2. Jenny Koch, Western Hills, 11:38.28 

3. Carmen Patrick. Fort Campbell, 11:55.18 

4. Marie Perry. Western Hills. 12:04.70 

5 Holly Higgins, Highlands, 12:08.63 

6 Karen Lutes, Harrison County, 12:15.57 



FORT CAMPBELL LADY FALCONS 




Front Row: (L-R) Marcisha Brazley, Tyshelka Owens, Theresa Tate Second Row: Carmen 
Patrick, Sanchia Patrick, Lanika Winbush, Robyn James, Shereka Weston. Back Row: Asst. 
Mary Puckett, Asst Jim Daniel, Coach Steve Baird. 



Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 4:07 93 

2. Highlands, 4:14.62 

3 Russell, 4:16 50 

4, Western Hills, 4:17 56 

5 Casey County. 4:20 50 
6. CaldwellCounty. 4:21 84 

Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 
1. Western Hills. 9,47 83 
2 Fort Campbell. 9:47.84 

3. Russell, 10:04 81 

4 Hart County, 10:16.10 

5, Highlands, 10:21 99 

6 Mercer County, 10:26 71 

Girls' Shot Put 

1 Malena Hal!, Powell County, 37'5 

2 Dorothy Boyers, Harhson County, 36'1.5 

3 Patricia Parham, Fort Knox, 35'2.125 

4 Emily Lile, Hart County. 32'2 

5 Melissa Gale, Russell, 31'6 875 

6, Chnstin Gibson. Mercer County, 30'8.125 

Girls' Discus 

1. Melissa Gale, Russell, 116'10 

2. Shelby Whitaker, Bourbon County, 107'5 

3. Misty Clark, Owensboro Catholic, 104'11 

4. Malena Hall, Powell County, 130'0 

5. Veronica Carter, Monroe County, 97'0 
6- Kyra Fryman, Harnson County, 95'6 

Girls' Long Jump 

1 . Becky Collingsworth, West Carter, 1 8'2.5 

2. Amanda Collingsworth, West Carter, 16'11.25 

3. Miranda Martin, Paducah Tilghman, 16'10 

4. Natalie Cage, Logan County, 16'7 25 

5. Dee Wade, Franklin County, 16'6.25 

6. Danyale Williams, Fort Knox, 16'1 

Girls' High Jump 

1. Janet Crawford. Fleming County, 5'6 

2. Amy Lochow. Russell, 5'4 

3. Beth Boering, Highlands, 5'2 

4. Elsie Kearns, Boyle County, 5'2 

5. Laura Ralston, Webster County. 5'0 

6. Jan Riley, Mercer County, 4'10 



Girls' Class AA Team Totals 




Fort Campbell 


64.00 


Western Hills 


56.00 


Russell 


47.00 


West Carter 


36.00 


Fort Knox 


35.00 


Paducah Tilghman 


54.00 


Highlands 


26.00 


Hart County 


24.00 


Elizabethtown 


18.00 


Boyle County 


15.00 


Caldwell County 


15.00 


Owensboro Catholic 


14.00 


Powell County 


14.00 


Mercer County 


13.00 


Harnson County 


12.00 


Newport 


12.00 


Fleming County 


10.00 


Bourbon County 


8.00 


Russell County 


7.00 


Mason County 


6.00 


Monroe County 


6.00 


Calloway County 


4.00 


Franklin-Simpson 


4.00 


Logan County 


4.00 


Casey County 


2.00 


Franklin County 


2.00 


Lone Oak 


2.00 


Webster County 


2.00 


Anderson County 


1.00 


Betsy Layne 


1.00 


Green County 


1.00 


Manon County 


1.00 



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Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Jeremy Lewis, Fleming County, 14.75 

2. Adrian Rictiard, Fort Knox, 15 19 

3. Sam Anderson, Fort Campbell, 15.19 

4. Dennis Jones, Corbin, 15 63 

5. Chad Johnson, Monroe County, 15.74 

6. Airrion Delaney, Fort Campbell, 15.83 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Lorenzo Tooley, Monroe County, 10.77 

2. Carl Bunce, Bourbon County, 10.99 

3 Derek Homer, Fort Knox, 11 08 

4. David Williams, Fort Knox, 11 08 

5. Terry Mallard, Franklin-Simpson, 11.18 
6 Sam Anderson, Fort Campbell, 1121 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Thomas Murley, Elizabethtown, 4 25.25 

2. Lamone Owens, Fort Campbell, 4:28 50 

3. Brandon McKinney, Warren East, 4:32 16 

4. Danny Wnght, Morgan County, 4:33.81 

5. Wes Freeland. Elizabethtown, 4:36.70 

6 Zachary Moore, Franklin County. 4:37 84 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Knox, 43.08 

2. Fort Campbell, 43 49 

3. Highlands, 44.67 

4 Warren East, 44 87 

5- Paducah Tilghman, 45 01 

6. Ryle, 45.45 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Mike Glaze, Fort Campbell, 50.01 

2. Danny Scroggins, Grant County, 50.10 

3. Carl Bunce, Bourbon County, 50.32 

4. Dyjuan Bradley, Hart County, 51.54 

5. Jonathan Whitlock, Boyle County, 51.79 

6. Marco Nichols, Logan County, 51.82 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1 Sam Anderson, Fort Campbell, 39.99 

2 Adrian Richard, Fort Knox. 40 06 

3. Allen Sizemore, Leslie County, 40 72 

4. Chad Johnson, Monroe County, 41.11 

5. Kris Rawlings, Fleming County, 41.15 

6. Keoka Jackson, Paducah Tilghman, 42 19 

Boys' 800 Meter Dash 

1. Wes Freeland, Elizabethtown, 1:58.16 

2. B.J. Schnepp, Adair County, 2:00.39 

3. Roy Jones. Allen County-Scottsville, 2:01.36 

4. Luke Padgett, Elizabethtown, 2:01 42 

5. David Coleman, Ryle, 2:01 86 

6. Chris Germann, Covington Catholic, 2:03.50 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1 . Joshua Ellis, Paducah Tilghman, 21 .53 

2. Lorenzo Tooley, Monroe County, 22.06 

3. Carl Bunce. Bourbon County, 22.17 

4. David Williams, Fort Knox, 22.52 

5. Joey Banbel, Morgan County, 22.83 

6. Derhck Tate, Fort Campbell. 22.87 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Thomas Murley. Elizabethtown, 9:44.14 

2. Brandon McKinney, Warren East, 9:54.59 

3. Will Hodges. Green County. 10:03.05 

4. Miguel Martinez, Fort Campbell, 10:10 32 

5. Paul Gilvin. Fleming County, 10:14.44 

6. Brian Marshall, Covington Catholic, 10:18.20 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Fori Campbell. 3:25.37 

2. Fort Knox. 3:28.91 

3. Logan County, 3:29.01 

4. Fleming County, 3:30.73 

5. Ryle, 3:33.31 

6 Covington Catholic, 3:34 25 



FORT CAMPBELL FALCONS 




Front Row: (L-R) Coach Jim Thomas. Charles Banks. Lamont Hodges, Sam Anderson. James 
Cravi/ford. Eric Sherfield, Tony Berry, Airrion Delaney, Miguel Martinez, Derrick Tate. Back Rovj 
Lamone Owens. Chris Hatch. Derrick Collins, Brian Simanu. Kevin Solomon. Travis Landrith. 
Chris Berry, Thaddeus Haldeman, Mike Parker. David Wilson. Stephane Collier, Charles 
McMillan. Coach Lowe, Michael Glaze. 



Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 

1 Elizabethtown, 8:09 40 

2 Fort Campbell, 8:15 64 

3 Covington Catholic, 8 24 08 

4 Allen County-Scottsville, 8:33 72 

5 Fleming County, 8:34 15 
6. Adair County, 8 36 67 

Boys' Shot Put 

1. Andy Zerhusen, Covington Catholic, 47'2 5 

2. Jeff Erasure, Russell, 46'7 5 

3. Robby Miller, Fleming County, 463.75 

4. Ben Fryman, Bourbon County, 45'9 25 

5. Toby Coyle, Madison Southern, 45'6 75 

6 Ryan Hill, Webster County, 4410 75 

Boys' Discus 

1. Ryan Hill, Webster County, 1580 

2. Chns Bailey, Allen Central, 143'2 

3. Billy Moore, Mercer County, 143'1 

4 Shawn Robinson, Allen Central, 140'3 

5 Brian Simanu, Fort Campbell, 139'8 

6. Ryan Miller, Morgan County, 138'7 

Boys' Pole Vault 
1. Rob Little, Powell County, 14'0 
2 Tim O'Hare, Manon County, 130 

3. Mike Chandler, Webster County, 120 

4. Kevin Case. Harrison County, li'O 

5. Heath Stone, Webster County, IVO 

6. David Brunker, Harnson County, li'O 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1. Doug Allen. Franklin County, 45'0.25 

2. Alan Cannon, Fort Knox, 44'1.5 

3. Johnathan Townsley, Paducah Tilghman, 43'f 

4. Corey Crume, Manon County. 43'6-5 

5. Marcus Richardson. Green County. 43'0.5 

6. Justin Smith. Harrison County, 42'3.25 

Boys' Long Jump 

1. Derrick Tate, Fort Campbell, 2210 

2. Alan Cannon, Fort Knox. 22'8.5 

3. Andy Amicarelli. Russell, 21'11.75 

4. Doug Allen, Franklin County, 21'1.25 

5. Keith Dix, Fort Knox, 20' 11 

6. Brannon Caldwell. Leslie County. 20'10.5 



Boys' High Jump 

1. Andre McFadden, Fort Knox. 6'8 

2. Deshawn Fondrea. Boyle County, 6'6 

3 Andy Amicarelli, Russell. 6'6 

4 Justin Whalen. Elizabethtown, 6'4 

5 Brian Crist, Somerset, 6'2 

6 Chris Hatch, Fort Campbell, 6'0 



Boys' Class AA Team Totals 




Fort Campbell 


8000 


Fort Knox 


7600 


Elizabethtown 


50.00 


Fleming County 


26.00 


Bourbon County 


24.00 


Monroe County 


24.00 


Russell 


20 00 


Covington Catholic 


19.00 


Paducah Tilghman 


19.00 


Webster County 


19.00 


Warren East 


18.00 


Franklin County 


15.00 


Allen Central 


12.00 


Marion County 


1200 


Allen County-Scottsville 


1000 


Boyle County 


1000 


Powell County 


10.00 


Adair County 


9.00 


Grant County 


8.00 


Green County 


8.00 


Leslie County 


7.00 


Logan County 


7.00 


Morgan County 


7.00 


Harrison County 


6.00 


Highlands 


6.00 


Mercer County 


6.00 


Ryle 


5.00 


Corbin 


4.00 


Hart County 


400 


Franklin-Simpson 


2.00 


Madison Southern 


2.00 


Somerset 


2.00 



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Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Shonna Johnson, Valley, 14 40 

2 Michelle Williams, Paul Dunbar, 14.66 

3 Angela Mula, Eastern, 14,97 

4 Jennifer Shelburne, Nelson County, 16,06 

5 Lindsay Regor, Scott, 16.46 

6 Amber Unkart, Simon Kenton, 16 47 

Girls' 100 Meter Dash 

1 Sumayya Rashid, Henry Clay, 12.29 

2 Nadia Douglas, Meade County, 12.45 

3. Michelle Williams, Paul Dunbar. 12.46 

4 Zenae Humphnes, Hopkinsville. 12.52 

5. Melissa Conner, Nelson County, 12.63 

6. Jamila Undenwood, Valley, 12.69 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 
1 Male, 1:45.00 

2. Valley, 1:45 70 

3 Paul Dunbar, 1 47 90 

4. Eastern, 1:48.19 

5 Ballard, 1:48 40 
6. Central, 1:49 89 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 

1 Melissa Foon, Henry Clay. 5:14 69 

2 Sara Graybill, Daviess County, 5:23 06 

3 Natalie Scruggs, Pulaski County, 5:25 33 

4 Rachel Sanford, Pulaski Southwestern, 5 26 8 

5 Brookley Longworth, Henderson Co., 5 28,39 

6 Colleen Guy, Sacred Heart, 5 28 39 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1 Valley, 50.18 

2 Male, 50 43 

3 Bryan Station, 50 46 

4 Bowling Green, 51 26 

5 Boone County, 51 53 
6. Eastern, 51.70 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1 Sumayya Rashid, Henry Clay, 0:57.88 

2 Misti Salyers, Boyd County, 1 00 08 

3 Anna Adams, Daviess County, 1 00.48 

4 Necoma Brown, Ballard, 1:00.97 

5 Amy Doolittle, Butler, 1:01 26 

6 Sara Wood, Scott County, 1:01 28 

Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Shonna Johnson, Valley, 43 00 

2. Molisa Morgan, Henry Clay, 43 53 
3 Angela Mula, Eastern, 45 02 

4. Knshna Grubbs, Hopkinsville, 47 33 

5. Alison Bradford, Notre Dame, 47.91 

6. Nicole Ferry, North Hardin, 48 37 

Girls' 800 Meter Dash 

1 Janette Pike, Meade County, 2:21 52 
2. Anna Adams, Daviess County, 2 24 12 

3 Christina Morns, Sacred Heart, 2 24.43 

4 Sara Graybill, Daviess County. 2:25.68 

5. Stephanie Stewart, Central, 2:25.74 

6. Melissa Foon, Henry Clay, 2:28.11 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Shonna Johnson, Valley, 24.92 

2. Madia Douglas, Meade County, 25.05 

3. Michelle Williams, Paul Dunbar, 25.63 

4. Zanae Humphries, Hopkinsville, 25.77 

5. Melissa Conner, Nelson County. 26.19 

6. Erica Johnson. Eastern, 26.52 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 
1. Rachel Sanford, Pulaski SW, 11:47.35 

2 Natalie Scruggs, Pulaski County, 11:55.33 

3. Andrea Doogs, Central Hardin, 11:58.11 

4. Anna Ryan, Scott, 12:00.08 

5. Christy Helton. Campbell County, 12:00.44 

6. Jessie Wilder, Woodford County, 12:16.27 



VALLEY LADY VIKINGS 




Front Row: (L-R) Tiya Thomas, Tika Neal, DeeDee Jones, Jaree Gardner, Elsa Clay, Shonna 
Johnson, Whyndii Burke, Vonda Johnson, Karmella Powers, Tamara Dues. Back Row: Coach 
William Underwood, Shareda Blakey, Ebonee Sutton, Chantelle Lee, Laresha Logan, Gambia 
Flemister, Tiffany Rozier, Jamila Underwood, Asst. Coach Desaintos McClain. 



Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1 Henry Clay, 4 02 98 

2 Eastern, 4 10 82 

3. Valley, 4 11 12 

4 Male, 4:12 13 

5 Boone County, 4.12.15 

6 Sacred Heart, 4:13 20 

Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 

1 Daviess County, 9:51.44 

2 Sacred Heart, 9 56 30 

3 Central, 10.02 68 

4. Boyd County, 10:08.92 

5. Valley, 10:10 59 

6. Assumption, 10:13.34 

Girls' Shot Put 

1 Renee Taylor, Jessamine County, 39'1 1 

2 Nikki Bingham, Jessamine County, 38'3 

3 Angela Lackey, Eastern, 35'8 75 

4 Kim Marsh, Paul Blazer, 34'6 

5 Renee Hayes, Assumption, 33'5.75 

6 Amber Marshall, Henderson County, 32'1 

Girls' Discus 

1 Deshea Brock, Grayson County, 117'4 

2 Renee Taylor, Jessamine County, 1 17'3 

3. Kim Marsh, Paul Blazer, 1 15'1 

4. Nikki Bingham, Jessamine County, 111'8 

5. Holly Tharp, Mercy, 10510 

6. Lanita White, Shelby County, 99'10 

Girls' Long Jump 

1 Shonna Johnson, Valley, 18'5.125 

2 Sumayya Rashid, Henry Clay, 18' 125 

3. Falana Greenwell, Union County, 17'6.125 

4. Robin Pugh, Boone County, 16'9.75 

5 Maeghan Ramey, Assumption, 16'6.875 
6. Jayanette Saunders, Eastern, 16'6 375 

Girls' High Jump 

1 Shondale Price, Paul Dunbar, 5'4 

2 Jaynette Saunders, Eastern, 5'4 

3. Zenae Humphnes, Hopkinsville, 5'2 

4. Holly Wilder, South Laurel, 5'2 

5 Bryan Wimsatt, Owensboro. 5'2 

6 Andrea Chinn. Ohio County, 5'0 



Girls' Class AAA Team Totals 




Valley 


67 00 


Henry Clay 


57.00 


Eastern 


41 00 


Daviess County 


36.00 


Paul Dunbar 


3600 


Jessamine County 


30.00 


Meade County 


2600 


Male 


2200 


Hopkinsville 


18.00 


Sacred Heart 


1600 


Pulaski County 


1400 


Pulaski Southwestern 


14.00 


Boyd County 


12.00 


Grayson County 


10.00 


Paul Blazer 


10.00 


Central 


9.00 


Boone County 


8.00 


Nelson County 


8.00 


Ballard 


6.00 


Bryan Station 


6.00 


Central Hardin 


6.00 


Scott 


6.00 


Union County 


6.00 


Assumption 


5.00 


Bowling Green 


4.00 


South Laurel 


400 


Henderson County 


300 


Butler 


2.00 


Campbell County 


2.00 


Mercy 


2.00 


Notre Dame 


2.00 


OwenstKiro 


2.00 


North Hardin 


1.00 


Ohio County 


1 00 


Scott County 


1.00 


Shelby County 


1.00 


Simon Kenton 


1.00 


Woodford County 


1.00 



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CLASS AAA BOYS 



Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 

1 Mitch Randle, Eastern, 15,05 

2 Antonio Bryant, Bowling Green, 15 25 

3 Brian Larsen, Woodford County, 15 32 

4 Michael West, Valley, 15 51 

5 Jeff Martin, Simon Kenton, 15 61 
6. Thomas Marshall, Male, 15.75 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 
I.Mark Miller, Male, 10.97 

2. Reggie Bethel, Fairdale, 11 05 

3. Wendill Childs, Bryan Station, 11.07 

4 Derrick White, Henderson County, 11.10 

5. Tim Walker, Lafayette, 11.15 

6. Tony Dnver, Male, 11.25 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Ryan Knight, Male, 4:19.24 

2. Josh Buffolino, Shelby County, 4:24.63 

3. Charlie Moore, Daviess Count/, 4:27.67 

4. Brian Palmer, Marshall County, 4:30.56 

5. Tony Brown, St. Xavier, 4:31.70 

6. Bhan Lilly, Holy Cross, 4:32.44 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 
1 Henderson County, 42.22 

2. Bryan Station, 42 75 

3. Henry Clay, 42.86 

4. Madisonville-N Hopkins, 43.27 

5. St. Xavier, 43.37 

6. Male, 43.86 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Mark Miller, Male, 47 79 

2. Ronald Pollard, Seneca, 51 09 

3. Michael Clayborne, Bryan Station, 51.36 

4. Jason Williams, Central, 51 .47 

5 Gathan Borden, Seneca, 52 28 
6. Terrance Hall, Owensboro, 52 75 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1. Michael West, Valley, 39.90 

2. Mike Hambrick, Male, 40.21 

3 Brian Larsen, Woodford County, 40 30 

4. Simeon Hodges, South Laurel, 40.31 

5. Dennis Malone, Valley, 40.73 

6. Bryan Habas, St Xavier, 41 04 

Boys' 800 Meter Dash 

1. David Douglas, Meade County, 1:54 80 

2. Josh Buffolino, Shelby County, 1:55.04 

3. Brian Recktenwald, Southern, 2:00.13 

4. Rodney Stott, Henderson County, 2:00 42 

5 Brandon Lesher, Butler, 2:01 29 

6 Chris Lanham, Daviess County, 2:01.39 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 
1 MarkMiller, Male, 21.85 

2. Wendill Childs, Bryan Station, 22.29 

3. Tony Driver, Male, 22 57 

4. Ronald Pollard, Seneca, 22.59 
5 Reggie Bethel, Fairdale, 22.75 

6. Lajaune Chenaulth, Bryan Station, 22 79 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Charlie Moore, Daviess County, 9:46.05 

2. Jason Filippazzo, Butler, 9:48.03 

3. Matthew Tabor, Bowling Green, 9:54 44 

4. William Leasure, Madisonville, 9:58.33 

5. Jerod Hagen, Tales Creek. 10:07.30 

6. Brian Lilly, Holy Cross, 10:18.53 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Male, 3:21.75 

2. Henderson County, 3:26 15 

3. Bryan Station, 3:27.90 

4 Daviess County, 3:28.24 

5. Greenwood, 3:28.27 

6. St. Xavier, 3:29.95 



MALE BULLDOGS 




Front Row: (L-R) Michael Hambrick, Kevin Chapman, Ryan Knight, Mark Miller, Andre Franklin, Tony 
Driver. Second Row: Ryan Bigg, Roy Beeler, Jason Williams, Thomas Marshall, Mike Newman, Brian 
Stucki, Cory Barker. Third Row: Justin Hagan, Alan Wade, Charles Burton, Ben Megett, Lakunta 
Farmer. Back Row: Tim Bohn, Daren Moisan, Aaron High, Coach Geary Morton, Coach John Conn. 



Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 
1. Daviess County, 8:06 71 
2 Henderson County, 8:07.10 
3. Shelby County, 8:12 68 

4 St Xavier, 8:15 60 

5. Holy Cross, 8:18 06 

6. North Hardin, 8:22 52 

Boys' Shot Put 

1. Parvin Green, Henderson County, 53'2.25 

2. Anthony Hay, Henderson County, 51' 

3. David Edelen, Tales Creek, 49'5 5 

4. Jenel Hawkins, Holmes, 4811 

5. Bernard Jackson, St Xavier, 48'5.25 
6 Jason Green, Bell County, 47'3 5 

Boys' Discus 

1 Tyrone Hopson, Daviess County, 157'9 

2 Josh Payne, Daviess County, 144'1 

3 Bill Ehlers, St. Xavier, 1429 

4. Steve Means, Woodford County, 141 '9 

5 Michael Ford, Paul Blazer, 138'2 

6 Adam Stegeman, Campbell County, 137'6 

Boys' Pole Vault 
1. Dave Francis, Lincoln County, 13'6 

2 Lee Miles, Grayson County, 13' 

3 Kevin Murphy, St Xavier, 13' 

4 Jason Wilgus, Daviess County, 12' 

5 Chris Daniel, St. Xavier, 12' 

6 William Muncy, Bell County, 12' 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1 . Robert Bell, Lafayette, 44'8 

2. Isiah Young, Holmes, 43'5 5 

3. Tony Jarman, Holmes, 43'2 

4. Greg Pate, Daviess County, 43'2 

5. Cory Owsley, Henry Clay, 431 75 

6. Noah Lockhart, Eastern, 42'9 5 

Boys' Long Jump 

1 . Derrick White, Henderson County, 23'5 

2. Chris Matheny, Daviess County, 22'3.25 

3. Tony Woods, St. Xavier, 21 '1 1 

4. Marlin Thompson, Paul Dunbar, 21 '7.25 

5 Montez Wilkinson, Jessamine County, 21 '5.5 

6 PeteSaylor, Scott, 20'11 



Boys' High Jump 
1. Tony Jarman, Holmes, 6'10 

2 Mike Kemper, Valley, 6'8 

3 Robert Bell, Lafayette, 6'8 

4 Montez Wilkinson, Jessamine County, 6'4 
5. Tim Rogers, Meade County, 6'4 

6 Kevin Herron, Henderson County, 6'2 



Boys' Class AAA Team Totals 




Male 


67.00 


Daviess County 


6500 


Henderson County 


6300 


Bryan Station 


3500 


St Xavier 


3200 


Holmes 


28.00 


Valley 


2400 


Shelby County 


2200 


Lafayette 


18.00 


Woodford County 


16.00 


Bowling Green 


14.00 


Seneca 


1400 


Meade County 


1200 


Eastern 


11 00 


Butler 


10.00 


Fairdale 


10.00 


Lincoln County 


10.00 


Grayson County 


800 


Henry Clay 


8.00 


Madisonville-N Hopkins 


800 


Tales Creek 


8.00 


Jessamine County 


600 


Southern 


600 


Central 


400 


Holy Cross 


400 


Marshall County 


400 


Paul Dunbar 


400 


South Laurel 


400 


Bell County 


200 


Greenwood 


200 


Paul Blazer 


200 


Simon Kenton 


200 


Campbell County 


1.00 


North Hardin 


1 00 


Owensboro 


1 00 


Scott 


1 00 



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VOLLEYBALL 

October 28-29, 1994 • Larry A. Ryle High School 



NOTRE DAME PANDAS 




Front Row: (L-R) Molly Donovan, Renee Williams, Emily Kemper, Lauren Tiemeier, Emily Ferris. 
Back Row; Asst. Molly Messmer, Beth Minning, Erin Tuemler, Becky Tenkman, Molly Gibson, 
Andria Humpert, Kim Jones, Jill Bornhorn, Gina Geraci, Kristin Humpert, Julie Seggerson, Stacey 
Jones, Coach Kim Gunning. 



1994 VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

First Round 

Sacred Heart def. Simon Kenton 15-2, 15-6 

Newport Central Catholic def. Seneca 15-11, 9-15, 15-11 

Mercy def. Scott County 15-4, 15-0 

Holy Cross def. Boone County 15-6, 15-5 

Notre Dame def. Butler 15-7, 19-17 

St. Henry def. Dayton 15-6, 14-16, 15-6 

Presentation def. Woodford County 15-5, 15-9 

Assumption def. Ballard 15-2, 15-10 

Quarterfinals 
Sacred Heart def. Newport Central Catholic 15-9, 17-19, 15-4 
Mercy def. Holy Cross 15-8, 15-9 
Notre Dame def. St. Henry 15-4, 15-10 
Assumption def. Presentation 15-4, 15-4 

Semifinals 
Mercy def. Sacred Heart 15-13, 15-10 
Notre Dame def. Assumption 15-9, 15-7 

Championship 
Notre Dame def. Mercy 12-15, 15-8, 15-13 



1994 




ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 


Becky Tenkman 


Notre Dame 


Sherry Newton 


Butler 


Jeannette Salter 


Presentation 


Stephanie Diebold 


Ballard 


Jennifer Wetterstroem 


Newport Catholic 


Lauren mackey 


Sacred Heart 


Kim Carpenter 


Sacred Heart 


Melissa Starck 


Assumption 


Sarah Pomeroy 


Assumption 


Kim Jones 


Notre Dame 


Marisa Brickley 


Mercy 


Stephanie Hutchcraft 


Mercy 



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WRESTLING 

February 17-18, 1995 • Atherton High School • Louisville, Kentucky 

SHELDON CLARK 




Front Row: (L-R) Dax Harris, Kenny Jude, Jeremy Rhodes, Nathan Chafins, Toney Bowen, Steve 
Rhodes, McKinley Stepp, Enc Jewell. Back Row: Coach Jim Matney, Principal AJ Haney, Chad 
Trader, Scott Rhodes, Matt Stepp, Bill Fletcher, Chris Harmon, Jason Jewell, Dale Murphy, Ben 
Bowen, Anthony Preece 



1995 TEAM RESULTS 



1. Sheldon Clark 


141 5 


2. Woodford Co. 


133.0 


3. Simon Kenton 


123.0 


4. Hopkinsville 


114.5 


4 Christian Co. 


114.5 


6. Trinity 


102.0 


7. Campbell Co 


93.5 


8. St. Xavier 


85.5 


9. Caldwell Co. 


67.5 


10. Eastern 


65.5 


11. Valley 


50.5 


12 Henry Clay 


48.5 


13. Coner 


38.5 


14. Southern 


25.0 


14 Scott 


25.0 


16. Western 


24.0 


17. Union Co 


23.0 


17. Oldham Co. 


23.0 


17 Central Hardin 


23.0 


20. Harrison Co. 


22.5 


21. Tales Creek 


22.0 


21 Franklin Co. 


22.0 


23. Wayne Co, 


18.0 


23. Fern Creek 


18.0 


25. North Hardin 


13.0 


26. Ft. Knox 


12.0 


27. Holmes 


9.5 


28. Seneca 


9.0 


28. Fairdale 


9.0 


30. Waggener 


7.0 


30. South Oldham 


7.0 


32. Jeffersontown 


5.0 


32. Ft. Campbell 


5.0 


34. Westem Hills 


4.0 


34. Shawnee 


4.0 


34. Lafayette 


4.0 


34. LaRue Co 


4.0 


38. Paul Blazer 


3.0 


38 Frankfort 


3.0 


38. Dixie Heights 


3.0 


41. Doss 


2.0 


42. Pleasure Ridge Park 





42. Paducah Tilghman 





42. McCreary Central 





42. Ky. School f/t Blind 





42 Ky Country Day 





42. Johnson Central 







1995 OUTSTANDING WRESTLER 

Miguel Merritt 
Hopkinsville 



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1995 INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 

Front Row: (L-R) Robbie Bodner (Valley), Shawn Smith (Christian Co.), Grady Peterson (Christian 
Co.), Josh Spencer (Woodford Co.), Joe Carr (Woodford Co.), Tim Hardy (Campbell Co.), Hank 
Pinner (Hopkinsville), Rodney Hawkins (Christian Co.), Wesley Gray (Caldwell Co.), Tendal 
Charasika (St. Xavier), Miguel Merritt (Hopkinsville), Livingston Merritt (Hopkinsville), Josh Campbell 
(Woodford Co.). 



1. Robbie Bodner 

2. Chris McCoy 

3. Danny Fiss 

4. Josh Preece 

5. Teddy Russelburg 

6. Shawn Cecil 



100 Weight Class 



Valley 

Tates Creek 
Eastern 
Sheldon Clark 
Union Co. 
Caldwell Co. 



1. Shawn Smith 

2. Tony Bowen 

3. Josh White 

4. Mitch Vincent 

5. Chris Valentine 

6. George Reyes 



106 Weight Class 



Christian Co. 

Sheldon Clark 
Campbell Co. 
Trinity 

Woodford Co. 
Southern 



1. Grady Peterson 

2. Jason Talbot 

3. Greg Cecil 

4. Ben Bosscher 

5. Chris Elliot 

6. Jamie Mastruserl 



112 Weight Class 



Christian Co. 

Oldham Co 
Caldwell Co. 
St. Xavier 
Simon Kenton 
Campbell Co. 



1. Josh Spencer 

2. Jeremy Rhodes 

3. Erik Nohalty 

4. Travis Culver 

5. Kevin Delk 

6. Eric Hawkes 



119 Weight Class 



Woodford Co. 

Sheldon Clark 
St. Xavier 
Eastern 
Conner 
Hopkinsville 



1. Joe Carr 

2. Donte Jordan 

3. Craig Rump 

4. Jeff Mellinger 

5. Kevin Case 

6. Neil Zaehringer 



126 Weight Class 



Woodford Co. 

Valley 

Simon Kenton 
Trinity 

Harrison Co. 
Central Hardin 



1. Tim Hardy 

2. Chris Howard 

3. Tim Lawson 

4 Andrew Tinsley 

5. Anthony Preece 

6. Kevin Murphy 



134 Weight Class 



Campbell Co. 

Trinity 

Henderson Co. 
Caldwell Co. 
Sheldon Clark 
St. Xavier 



1. Hank Pinner 

2. Matt Lee 

3. Cody Stewart 
4 Steve Rhodes 

5. David Moore 

6. Jeff Palmquist 



142 Weight Class 



Hopkinsville 

Simon Kenton 
Woodford Co. 
Sheldon Clark 
Henderson Co. 
Trinity 



151 Weight Class 

1. Rodney Hawkins Christian Co. 

2. Mike Lee Simon Kenton 

3. Dan Czerwonka St. Xavier 

4. Mike Butler Trinity 

5. Jason Walls Union Co. 

6 Ian Horn Woodford Co. 

160 Weight Class 



1. Wesley Gray 

2 Alex Stiebling 

3. Matt Guiler 

4. Chris Richardson 

5. Jeff Trapp 
6 Eric Jewell 



Caldwell Co. 

Trinity 

Henderson Co. 
Simon Kenton 
Campbell Co. 
Sheldon Clark 



172 Weight Class 
1. Tendal Charasika St. Xavier 



2 McKinley Stepp 

3. Hans Hagen 

4. TJ Iverson 

5. Joseph Redman 

6. Eric Asbury 



Sheldon Clark 
Campbell Co. 
Hopkinsville 
Simon Kenton 
Harrison Co. 



1. Miguel Merritt 

2. Matt Stepp 

3. Nathan Meacham 

4. George Hurley 

5. Rick McClain 

6. Tony Gerald 



185 Weight Class 



Hopkinsville 

Sheldon Clark 
Christian Co. 
Scott Co. 
Franklin Co. 
Eastern 



215 Weight Class 



1. Livingston Merritt 

2. Wayne Neubauer 

3. Ed Wilson 

4. Tony Sanders 

5. Todd Wright 

6. Rocky Cundiff 



Hopkinsville 

Simon Kenton 
Conner 
Wayne Co. 
Franklin Co. 
Central Hardin 



1. Josh Campbell 

2. Steve Mason 

3. Rodel Wiley 

4. Jason Leach 

5. Anthony Martin 

6. Foster Grant 



275 Weight Class 



Woodford Co. 

Christian Co. 
Eastern 
Western 
Southern 
Fort Knox 



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